prelisting packages,blog cover page,normalcy

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Real Estate Agent with Re/Max Realty Center 262-377-1459

Top of the morning to you fellow activerain members,

I could use your help. It is a business question that I have been toying with and I put this out there to get the feedback that I can always count on. Your honesty is refreshing.

I am starting to put prelisting packages together again. It would be nice to always meet the people and let them know who we are, and our commitment.

I cannot think if they truly ever have been that great of a tool, but recently I thought that with the ability for consumers to find out more about us as Realtors maybe I could keep it simple, put still polished.

Point. I really find it wonderful to look at activerain members blog sites. This allows us to have fun, really let the people in our community what we are about, and hopefully, in our own way, give something back.

Does anyone have great success with prelisting packages, and do you put a print of your main page of your blog site(s) so individuals may ask what is this? They go to there computer and look at activerain and localism and realize that we really are professional people that really have a great interest in community and basic life.

I welcome any advice that you may have.

Thank you very much

Tom Braatz

 

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Anonymous #6
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Dee
almost forgot....Tom, love that dog!
June 02, 2007 12:45 PM
Rainmaker
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Tom Braatz
Waukesha County Realtor Real Estate agent,Waukesha
Re/Max Realty Center 262-377-1459

Dee,

That's my Search and rescue dog lars.

He is photogenic; I am not.

"Lars" is the best dog you will ever meet. He is a great therapy dog, and my clients, customers, and friends love him. He has made me a better person. Just a humble guy with dog hair on his suit. Me, not Lars.

Get me going about him and I will talk your ear off.

The truth is everyone has a great dog, and we will be the first to show them off.

A prayer for the less fortunate dogs goes out as well.

Thank You Dee for putting this big smile on my face!

Tom 

June 02, 2007 01:06 PM
Rainer
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Phillip Cross
ePRO Realtor - Relocation Spec
TBD - In transition...
Tom, I use a pre-listing package and I also use follow up letter. Usually once I have the appointment I get the listing. Providing the potential client with details is extremely helpful.
June 02, 2007 01:31 PM
Rainmaker
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Gary White~Grand Rapids Home Selling Pro Call: 616-821-9375
Real Estate Services You can Trust!
Flexit Realty "Flexible Home Selling Solutions"
When I have talked with a potential client I sent out a color personal brochure as a way of introduction.  I also offer a public service tape (CD) for sellers or buyers depending on which category they fall into.  I secure an appointment and then use a PowerPoint presentation.  I do this the same every time.  I never miss a listing!  This is powerful stuff and it get results.  So why not separate yourself and your services by using a prelisting package.  Mine is minimal my intent is to get an appointment.  Then a client with my presentation.  Hope this helps.
June 03, 2007 11:12 AM
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Frank Rubi
Homes for Sale Metairie, La.
Frank Rubi Real Estate, LLC.

Tom, Great Post and thought. Dee, I agree with you been around so long forgotten what got you here. New information although old is never a waste. I need a lot more of this type of stuff again.

June 05, 2007 08:14 AM
Rainmaker
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Tom Braatz

Waukesha County Realtor Real Estate agent,Waukesha
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