National Salesperson Day is observed on the second Friday in December. This day honors the value and dedication of the professional salesperson as well as the hard work that they perform.
A good salesperson is knowledgeable about his or her product. When you have a question, if he doesn’t have an answer, he will know who does. A salesperson may work locally in a shop on her feet all day or travel several hundred miles a day to see customers and vendors. When a new product becomes available every salesperson selling the product will be studying so they can keep the customer informed. – HT: National Day
I have been in sales for almost 30 years and take a lot of pride in the level and quality of customer service that I provide to each of my clients. True sales jobs are not easy. A true sales professional requires knowing both your product and people.
Sadly, some who claim to be a salesperson are just order takers. An order-taker approach to high-value item sales (like houses) means that something often has to give in order to earn a commission.
In my years of sales, I have learned how to listen to what my clients want, NOT what I want them to have. This is vitally important or you, as a customer, will not be happy with the end result. For example, I tell ALL of my buyers to purchase what they like regardless of what I think. You are the one making the payments, and while I will earn a commission for my work, I want to build a long-term relationship that will allow us to work together in the future.
So, this season as you look for your next house, or even if you are looking to sell, give me a call. Let me show you what quality customer service is all about. I am here to listen to you and to help make your dream of home ownership come true.
Quality vs. quantity,
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