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Earning Client Trust: The 3 Rs of Respect


Written By: PJ Wade
Monday, November 12, 2018

A buyer or seller benefits from quickly bonding with their chosen real estate professional, so they can all get to work on the tasks associated with buying or selling a property. How does a professional make it easy for buyers or sellers to believe their trust will be well placed when invested in someone they have only just met?

bull; Confident, articulate, respectful professionals are aware of the impression they make and how to earn trust from first contact, online or off. Less polished professionals often undermine opportunity by concentrating on what they want to have happen rather than on what the prospect is attempting to achieve.
bull; Referrals from friends or family can help get the >bull; Professionals with a strong ethical and results-oriented reputation in the community may more easily earn trust in those they just meet. Once again, itrsquo;s how they perform that really earns trust, not just their reputation.

How do you make it easy for prospects to quickly give you their trust? How do you make it easy for clients to sustain trust in you?

RESPECT is a vital element in earning trust. This materializes as consideration for feelings and beliefs, paying attention to questions and responses, treating others with courtesy and kindness, and maintaining an attitude of deference or admiration for the knowledge and goals of prospects and clients.

The three ldquo;Rsrdquo; are key elements of Respect that professionals should keep in mind when determined to earn trust:

1: Recognition
When a real estate professional doesnrsquo;t recognize the value in prospects and clients, they probably wonrsquo;t see value in the professional either. Take people for granted or adopt condescending airs and yoursquo;ll receive the same reaction, or no reaction, in return. For buyers or sellers to recognize your value to them, it must be clearly evident to themmdash;in terms they >viewing your property.rdquo;

2: >
To earn trust, stop believing that your stand-by excuses carry any value at all. Simply and consistentlymdash;>

3: Resourcefulness
Prospects and clients want to find professionals to work with who can be trusted to put client interests first, whatever happens. A solid and creative commitment to problem solving and troubleshootingmdash;ldquo;What I get you into, Irsquo;ll get you out of if necessaryrdquo;mdash;to help clients secure the property of their dreams, is essential to earn respect and trust. Your physical and mental stamina, as well as a hunger for up-to-date strategic information from the latest listings to the hottest trends, will keep you steps ahead of your and your clientsrsquo; competition. A reputation for creating financial and negotiation pathways around offer-stalling situations is a major trust-earning element since it demonstrates respect for client needs and goals. When clients enter into transactions, the respect they receive will build trust to levels that mean they cannot resist telling everyone about youmdash;the amazing real estate professional who had their back during the often-confusing, stressful transaction.

Respect for clients and for yourself is expressed in the many ways clients find you and your expertise valuable. To earn trust from prospects and clients, concentrate on recognition of their efforts and concerns, on your consistent >

Accomplish the above and yoursquo;ll know the answers to the following two questions and how to use the answers to your advantage and your clientsrsquo;:

bull; Why are you valuable?
bull; How are you valuable?



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