1. Schedule listing appointment.
This means that you will need to contact the client and set up a time for when they can come by to see the property.
2. Review property information.
This is so you are familiar with the property and can answer any questions the client may have.
3. Confirm listing appointment.
The day before the listing appointment, you should confirm with the client that they are still coming and what time they will be arriving.
4. Arrive at listing appointment on time.
Make sure to arrive early so you can do a walkthrough of the property beforehand. This way, if there are any issues, you can fix them before the client arrives.
5. Tour the property with client.
Show the client around the property and point out any features that may be of interest to them..
6. Collect feedback from client.
After the tour, ask the client what they thought of the property and if they have any questions.
7. Gather marketing materials.
Before the client leaves, make sure to gather any marketing materials you think they may need such as flyers or business cards.
8. Give estimate to client.
Based on the feedback you received from the client, give them an estimate of how long it will take to sell the property.
9. Follow up with client after listing appointment.
Once the listing appointment is over, make sure to follow up with the client to see if they have any other questions or if they are ready to list the property.