It's a lovely Saturday morning here in Naperville, Illinois. I am sitting here, playing a little bit on the Rain (thanks Active Rain). My daughter, Erin, and I are watching a fishing show on TV. I am trying to get her interested in one of the coolest sports, fishing, before her second birthday.
She is pretty cute, so I am not sure if she will be super excited about putting any worms on hooks but...
Anyway, what do we have scheduled this fine day?
I will be going downtown with my family this morning. The downtown area is one of our favorite places in Naperville. Bustling with activity like a major city might, but still parking available.
I will be taking a young couple out for the first time this afternoon. We will be looking at a few homes on the other side of downtown in a subdivision called Springhill.
I look at this business as a board game. You can always move prospects/clients up a spot on the board. It might be a call, or an email, a meeting or a first showing. All of these advances our realtor/client relationship. Buying a home is a major process. It takes time for most.
I don't believe in pressure at all. The house sells the house. The realtor blows the sale it they talk too much. I try not to blow too many sales.
Has anyone played Monopoly lately?
Have a great day!