What is the Perfect Closing Gift for Clients?

Real Estate Broker Owner with Aspen Lane Real Estate LLC


What is the Perfect Closing Gift for Clients?


giftI’m a firm believer in giving a token of my appreciation to my clients once we get to the closing table.  I always write a nice card thanking them for choosing Will and I to be their Realtors and help them get their home sold or bought. 


I have been racking my brain lately trying to come up with something special to give clients.  We always seem to buy a gift card to Home Depot or something and once they spend it they have forgotten about us.  Of course we add them to our sphere of influence and send them our monthly postcard and annual calendars. 


I would like to come up with something that they keep and use for years to come that maybe has our names on it.


I googled closing gifts for clients and didn’t come up with anything special.


If anyone has a cool idea they would like to share, I would love to hear about it.







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Dale Baker
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Howdy and evening Belinda

Belunda my friend, the folks above sure have gave some mighty fine ideas for closing gifts. When a Client that I have done a Home Inspection, Commercial Property does buy the propery or I've done an Energy Audit of their. I give them a Christmas Ornament with a special saying on it. For First Time Home Buyers, I also give them an easy to understand Home Maintenace book.

Have a good one

Dale in New Hampshire

July 10, 2012 08:40 PM
Herman Herrera
Your trusted Staten Island Real Estate Expert
HERMAN & CO REAL ESTATE l Staten Island, New York

I do a gift card to Home Depot (usually $200 but varies with commission) with a hand written thank you card along with a bottle of our own wine with my company information on the label.  If it's a high end sale, I usually do a gift basket with an ipad that has our company information engraved on the back.

July 18, 2012 06:38 PM
Anonymous #21
Have you ever considered Cutlery pieces. Most Realtors will agree that a kitchen can really make or break a sale. People spend quite a bit of time in this room, especially when entertaining (which is want your name to come up). CUTCO Cutlery will engrave your custom logo or contact information on almost any item they sell. Instead of a gift card, wine basket, coupons, and the like - be unique and give them something they will use on a regular basis for years and years. Starting at $50 its a bargain considering the longevity of the advertising!

Email me at MyCutcoKnives@gmail.com for more information.
Web Reference: http://www.facebook.com/CutcoGiftsfromWJR
September 21, 2012 10:56 AM
Anonymous #22
Kayte Vest

I came upon this site looking for gifts for a realtor to give to her clients on their 1 year anniversary of purchasing their home.

I just started working as a virtual assistant to a realtor here in DFW, TX and as some gifts I've created a unique sketch of the property and just purchased a nice frame and gave that as a gift. I actually do this personally for gifts for family and friends. Everyone loves them.

If you are interested in seeing pictures or even looking to purchase one for your clients new home, send me an email. Kaytemarie97@gmail.com

March 20, 2013 01:34 PM
Teresa Lansford, MBA, GRI, MRP
Your Pikes Peak Real Estate Partner
Sellstate Alliance - Colorado Springs

I just found this post, and I had to laugh. Before I was an agent, we bought a 350k home in 1999 in Phoenix thru a realtor, then we sold that home within a year for over $400k and bought again, and after 3 years, we sold that house as well, he earned commissions on 3 homes over 350k each. We never got so much as a thank you card, in fact, we bought him a $75 dinner card and hand delivered it to his home.  At the time, we thought it was the right thing to do, after all he helped us right? I would be kissing my clients toes for a 3 peater. All I can say is clients perceptions are very different than agents.

June 09, 2013 08:19 AM

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