Reasons to call that Sacramento listing agent before typing a contract are important. Ever since I got the iPhone, and rarely turn it off because I need to charge it every night, I don’t always remember to turn off the mute in the morning. I don’t notice it because I wear a Bluetooth, so when agents call me, I immediately answer the call by pressing my Bluetooth device. I might never notice that my phone doesn’t ring out loud, especially since I’m focused on the conversation. I’m generally in front of my computer or have my iPad with me. So, answering emails doesn’t have to be done on a tiny screen on my phone. I can whip off emails at a whim on a big screen. All of this means I am not looking at my phone during the day, so text messages often sneak in unnoticed. Some agents don’t want to be bothered calling anybody, so they will always text message. When I call them to follow up, because it’s easy to press CALL and talk; they act surprised, like why am I calling them? Personally, I don’t care how they contact me just as long as they contact me. They can mess up my name six ways from Sunday, and it’s OK. What is disturbing is when agents have zero contact, none at all; and then whammo, an offer shows up in my email box without warning. Reasons to call that Sacramento listing agent before typing a contract are important. We may already have multiple offers for one. Read more in my personal blog today about~~Why Not Call a Sacramento Listing Agent Before Writing an Offer If you would like to buy or sell a home please give us a call at 916-233-6759.
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