David Saks

David Saks - Real Estate Broker - The Real Estate Mart of Tennessee, Inc. - 4040 North Watkins-Suite #4 - Memphis, Tennessee 38127 - Phone (901) 357-4663

Are You A Deal Killer ?

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In order to be a good closer isn't it important to know when to shut up?

A good closer knows when to eliminate useless banter or other needless interjections.

Good closers are great judges of just how long they should talk.

Sadly, many realtors lack this judgement.

I've seen realtors talk their buyers into a deal and then blab on until they've killed it.

Is it true that the fewer words said the better?

My high school band director, the late, great Darryl Wayne Vinson, once told me, "David, it's better to keep quiet and be thought of as a fool than speak up and remove all doubt."

What kind of deal killer experiences have you had?

Do you work with deal killers?

What are some deal killer examples on your list?

Are there some within the real estate community that are more prone to be deal killers than others and who are they?

Thanks to all for taking the time to share your experiences.




David Saks



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