Obtaining Buyer Feedback

Obtaining Buyer Feedback

Obtaining buyer feedback is an article published by another website and was written by Elizabeth. Feedback is very important to sellers and something we strive to do. It is not EZ obtaining buyer feedback as agents once they have left the property, are often out of sight out and out of mind. Sacramento Realtors sometimes don’t call us back. After 3 calls, emails and texts to contact them, we can be sure they probably are not interested. Enjoy, — JaCi Wallace

The only person whose opinion matters when your home is listed for sale is not you. It’s not your agent’s opinion, either, nor is it the opinion of all the other agents who work your neighborhood. The person whose opinion matters is the buyer. It is the buyer who will make an offer and, it is you, as the seller, who will either accept, counter or reject that offer.

And that’s what sets market value. A seller who is willing to sell at a price a buyer is willing to pay.

While your home is on the market, the most effective way to judge its impact is to ask buyers for feedback about it. Buyers will tell you — without a whole lot of prodding — what they liked, what turned them off, what needs to be improved or why they decided to buy another home. This is valuable information you can use! Always, always get buyer feedback. Analyze it. Then heed it. Make changes, and your home will likely sell.

Do you know which questions to ask to get the information you need from buyers? Read more about Buyer Feedback.

If you are thinking of selling your property contact Weintraub & Wallace Realtors with RE/MAX Gold. As a top producing Sacramento listing agents, our practice of obtaining buyer feedback is high on our priority list. In conclusion, we leave no stone unturned. You can reach us by cell phone. Please call us today at 916-233-6759.

— Elizabeth Weintraub

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