Why I Work by Referral

Dated: 09/10/2019

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WHY I WORK BY REFERRAL

Relationships are more important than transactions.

You may have noticed that many real estate agents take a transactional approach to sales—identifying clients, closing the deal, and then moving on to the next one. I choose not to work that way because I believe you deserve more from the professional you decide to work with. That’s why I work by referral.

Since my primary source of new business is referrals from people who know and trust me, I don’t have to spend time prospecting and promoting myself. I can dedicate myself fully to the activities that benefit you most and always deliver truly exceptional service.

You control my business.

I know that I must earn your future referrals, so I aim to exceed your expectations. I have a vested interest in making sure that you are completely satisfied at the end of our transaction together. I want you to be so “fired-up” that you can’t wait to tell your friends and family about me and the fantastic service you received!

When you come across an opportunity, I’d appreciate you referring me to great people like yourself, who would benefit from the excellent service and personal attention I provide.

Service that continues after the sale.

I devote myself to serving the needs of my clients before, during and after each sale. Instead of disappearing after the closing, you can expect me to keep in touch. I will send you valuable information each month, and will also call from time to time just to check in and see if you need anything.

Working by referral is all about trust.  And let’s face it, when we’re seeking a service, we look for someone we can trust—someone proven, who comes highly recommended and is already on our side.

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Lori Lucente-Nelson

I have been selling homes in the Windermere / Winter Garden and greater Orlando area since 2005. Whether looking for starter homes, vacation condos or million-dollar estates, I love finding just the r....

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