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Here's why I'm telling you, our team this.
So what separates a lot of the closed deals from the one that just got away?
THE FIRST PHONE CALL...Period.
That's it! That's All...the rest falls right into place on its own. Offers, contracts, closings and disbursement ...they all line up, just like that! There's not even any "Selling" involved. You know why? Because most savvy buyers already know what they want, they already know where they want to go, they just need a little help getting there. That's all. Trust me, if they could access lock box's and write their own offers and contracts, they would. DIY and instant access to info? I would. After a few YouTube video clips...maybe...OK, maybe not. But think about this...The initial phone call really isn't to be in the face of the client with a flashy bubbly neon advert, claiming to be the best and yada yada yada. It's really just to welcome them to the Ion Real Estate Buying Experience and to announce our availability for showings... Wait there's more.. Because we're not afraid to compete in Denver's sometimes fierce marketplace, that First Call "IS" in fact, to try and beat our competition to the cherished prize, the Client. It's not prom and it's not Rocket Surgery so,
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What I learned... I 'CAN DO CAN DO" !!
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