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Do you remember getting ready for your first date as a teenager?

You slaved over what to wear and picked out the perfect spot. You spend every cent of your allowance on dinner and a movie, or maybe you just went to a park…

Then, you opened the car door. She hopped out. And…. Not a single word of thanks.

How did that make you feel?

She didn’t say thanks because you might have made a seemingly small, but serious mistake along the way. It’s really the same in the way you treat your clients.

There’s a lot of things your are doing right, but there may be a few little things you might be doing wrong that you’re not even aware of.

And the result?

Agents are throwing away their hard-earned money  by making these “little mistakes.” Let’s be honest. It takes a TON of time and effort to attract a client, right?

You hunt and chase, spend countless hours cracking the code on real estate Facebook ads… you put in a ton of effort honing your message. Then, when you finally get a client, there are pitfalls that are costing you return business.
The problem is, 87% of clients will NEVER tell you about it.

These are the 10 Ways that guarantee that you will lose a client AND FAST! If you keep making these mistakes, you’re either going to slave away constantly trying to generate new clients, or be like 33% of real estate agents that go out of business.It’s that simple.

How To Lose a Client in 10 Ways

 

What if I told you there are 23 proven ways to get buyers calling YOU?

 

Thankfully, there is. We’ve found them, used them, tested them out and had the phones ringing off the hook. We have generated so many INBOUND calls; we’ve had to expand our team 3 FOLD!

And… We want to give them to you. These are the same ways that we use to generate UNLIMITED inbound buyer leads that are MOTIVATED to work with you and actually run red lights to come to meet at your office…. for free!

So…

If you like the idea of working less and making more and keeping your clients coming back for more…

Enjoy the free download.

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