I'm with the Seller on this one. Set the rules of the game. Don't bug me if you're not serious. However - the Seller better make sure they have the appropriate pricing strategy to go with it.
If your clients do not have a pre-approval letter, don’t ring the bell.
If they are just simply curious, don’t ring the bell.
If they are not ready to put in an offer, don’t ring the bell.
If they are looking for a colonial, a ranch or something unique, this is obviously a raised ranch, so don’t ring the bell.
If they are looking for bargain basement prices, fire sales or foreclosures – this ISN'T, so don’t ring the bell.
This is a busy household where we entertain often, we are not at your beck and call. 24 hours notice and structured appointments ARE required.
We have respectful chidren, so keep theirs in line with their hands in their pockets.
If your clients appreciate a quality home - PLEASE ring the bell.
Okay, it's NOT my listing. Thanks goodness! I showed the house yesterday to a prospective buyer. Oh my! We must have a frustrated seller on our hands. I was a little flabbergasted.
I glanced at the listing sheet and noticed that the house has been on the market for 240 days. The listing agent's remarks read "24 HOUR NOTICE, DO NOT LET CATS OUT, PLEASE REMOVE SHOES. OWNER VERY ANXIOUS TO SELL." Signs in the children's room next to the amazing lego display read "do not touch."
All appointments must be made directly with the listing agent and I suddenly remembered that when I had called the listing agent to schedule the showing she pleaded with me to let her know if I would be running late or would not be coming at all.
I suppose this seller has had some bad experiences while the property has been on the maket and wants everybody to tow the line. And, we should!
I'm not sure how long that note has been on the front door, but I can certainly understand the seller's frustration.
I can also understand that some buyers might actually be a little turned off and intimidated about doing business with this seller.
So, I am just wondering now ....as funny as it is, or as serious as we should take this - do you think some things are better left unsaid?
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