As of late, I’ve been arranging a wedding. I tried asking every one of our sellers what a “perfect customer” is for them, and how we can work best with them in their service for our wedding. This would give me how to make our relationship and the job that needs to be done as pleasant and effective as could be allowed. Essentially, when I work with customers who have this sort of promise to the customer/agent relationship, there is no closure to what I would accomplish for them to guarantee that their experience is best in class.
An ongoing customer of mine named Amanda encapsulates this mindset. Her price tag was low, which implied I wouldn’t get quite a bit of a commission. The activity involved numerous long stretches of work, a few offers, a long short-deal escrow and two or three postponements. This was of no worry to me in light of the sort of customer Amanda was. The time and exertion included didn’t make a difference, since she was first class. I wish every one of my customers resembled her. Truth be told, I have said over the span of exchanges with a few customers that I wished every one of my customers resembled the current one. At whatever point I state this, I am stating that this specific customer shows the accompanying characteristics, and regardless of the current test, I am there without question to ensure everything goes right.