Use this seller lead sheet and learn how real estate agents use it to ask more questions on pre-listing phone calls to set more successful listing consultations.  Agents come across confident and organized when they use a seller lead sheet to take control of telephone calls from potential home sellers.  Additionally, the use of a seller lead sheet ensures that agents don’t skip any important questions that might leave them unprepared in the actual listing consultation.  A seller lead sheet also enables agents to learn more about seller motivation and behavioral profiles to tailor listing presentations to meet clients’ needs.  Before reviewing our seller lead sheet below, watch as real estate coach Brian Icenhower describes how agents should use this form to set more listing consultations in this video:

How to Use a Seller Lead Sheet

The Seller Lead Sheet

Seller Lead Sheet

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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