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How to Manage “Bad Clients” and Reclaim

How to Manage “Bad Clients” and Reclaim

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How to Manage“Bad Clients” andReclaim your Real EstateBusiness…
…the definitive guide to breaking up with the bad and building the good! 
Provided by:Scott Levitt, President of Oakley Signs & Graphicswww.oakleysign.com Looking for more free e-books to boost your business?
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Dear Real Estate Professional,
All clients are good clients, right? Definitely not! In fact, allreal estate professionals eventually encounter clients whichbecome a drain on their time, energy, and may even hurt
existing relationships with clients. True professionalsknow how to evaluate client relationships and identify whenagent/client interactions have gone from OK to toxic. Thereal question is this: What do you do when it’s time tobreak-up?This guide is the definitive eBook on identifying good andbad client relationships and understanding how to managethose relationships. I hope this valuable information furthersyour real estate business.
Sincerely cheering you toward real estate success,
Scott LevittOakley Signs & Graphicshttp://www.oakleysign.com Table of ContentsWhat This Book Will Teach You 3What a Good Client Relationship Looks Like 4What a Bad Client Relationship Looks Like 6Seven Steps to Self-Assertiveness & Self Confidence 8Benefits to Saving a Bad Client 10Benefits to Firing a Bad Client 12How Not to Fire a Bad Client 14How to Fire a Bad Client 16Special Bad Client Case: How to Handle “The Creep” 17Key Take Aways & Reminders 18Now You Know! 20
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What This Book Will Teach You
Remember that old saw, “time is money”? It was never truer than in today’s realestate market. This book will highlight the types of clients who can drain your time and patience yet offer little or no compensation in return, and will teach youways to handle them and reclaim your time. That way, you’ll have the time toconcentrate on those clients with the best potential for a sale.This book will:
Define the ideal client/agent relationship
Define what a not-so-ideal client/agent relationship looks like
Offer suggestions for creating healthy, functional, and lucrativerelationships from the start with new clients
Offer seven effective self-assertiveness and self-confidence tools to helpyou ensure those healthy, lucrative relationships
Provide real world examples of “bad clients”
Teach you the benefits of saving a challenging client, as well as thebenefits of transferring the relationship (or firing them!)
Offer suggestions on how
to go about firing someone, and insteadoffer recommendations on methods for ending the relationship well,respectfully and helpfully

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