The Open House Dialog is a sampling of the dialogs we encourage our clients to use in our coaching and mentoring program. All of them build on our Core Systems of the Private Client Group, Business to Business Group and Niche Marketing Programs. At the end of the day, we believe that every conversation you have is an opportunity to develop a new client. Especially if you are talking to someone who shares one or more of your Core Values. To see all the posted dialogs click here.
Open House Dialog
Good afternoon and welcome to the open house.
My name is . May I ask your name(s)?”
This home features bedrooms, bathrooms, with approximately of living space. It has spectacular views and is perfect for entertaining. The owner is asking $ . Does this sound like this sound like the kind of home your looking for?
Feel free to take a look around the home and I’ll be happy to answer any questions you might have when you get back.
Which home in the neighborhood do you own?
How long have you lived there?
What brings you into our open house today?
What made your choose (neighborhood or city)?
If you could move, where would you go next?
When would that be?
“If you, or a family member or friend had a real estate need, do you have someone you’d refer them to?”
If they don’t, follow with,
“May I have the honor of earning your trust?”
Appointment Setting Dialog
I have a great system that’s designed to help you purchase (or sell) your home for the best possible price, in your time frame.
It would only take me about 20-30 minutes to show you my system and how it can benefit you.
What works best for you morning, afternoon or evening?
If they object…
I promise you will get value out of what I have to share and if after 15 minutes you don’t see any value I will pack up my things and leave. Does that sound fair?
If they still object…
I totally understand. With your permission I’d like to add you to my Private Client Group and send you important information to keep you updated on the market from time to time. I promise there will be no sales pressure and you can opt out at anytime. My only goal would be to earn your trust and business in the future. Does that sound fair?