During these strange times, it's important to remind your sphere, contacts, and consumers that you're still ready and able to be their trusted resource. Here are a few scripts to engage and let them know it's a great time to buy or sell, and you can help them without compromising anyone's health and safety.

Seller Engagement

This short and sweet email is designed to help get sellers off the fence, and shed some light on the fact that it's still a great time to sell. You could also make a few quick tweaks to make this a great buyer email too!

Buyer or Seller Engagement

This email is a great way to drop and line and let people know how you've adapted to our current situation, and you now have new tools in place to provide your exceptional service.

Buyer or Seller Engagement

There are areas that don't allow online or e-signatures, so this is a safe alternative. For a curbside closing, they wait in their car or home, you (or a notary) drop off documents, gloves, and a pen, then you wait in your car. They come out to sign, and when they're finished they go in. Then you get your signed documents. All while maintaining safe and social distance!

Buyer Engagement

This is a simple way to engage your buyer leads, while offering great service at the same time! It's also an awesome way to reinforce the fact that you've adapted to today's new market realities, and you're here to help. You could also position this to sellers and offer video tours of comparable listings on the market.

Seller Engagement

Now that video tours are the new normal (for now, at least), this email is a great way to engage with sellers, while offering a more targeted valuation for their home. It also helps tap into the emotional side of selling a home, which goes a long way with sellers.

Buyer Engagement

It's not uncommon for potential buyers to be scared out of the market right now, and that's OK. You probably won't succeed at getting them all off the fence and ready to buy (that shouldn't be your goal either), but this email is a great way to normalize some of their fear and let them know you understand and you're here for them. We're all human, after all.

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