This is soo great!
T’was the week before Christmas
When all through the city
All the agents were quiet
Things really looked shitty
With iPhones and Blackberrys
Hung off their hip
They hoped for the most part
This was just a small blip
With investors too scared
And buyers at bay
Agents had visions
“No offers till May”?
The Post and the Star reported
This looks like trouble
Never fear said the banks
“There isn’t a bubble”
When out of the blue
There arose such a chatter
From Garth Turner with truth
“Real estate matters”!
Away to their listings
They flew in a flash
Tore open the shutters
Threw out the trash
The weather was mild
No need for snow tires
I’ll write a new blog
I’ll send out more flyers
When what to their wondering
Eyes should appear
But several hot buyers
They’re coming, they’re near!
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E-Mail has been around for years now, yet we still need to revisit this topic. Society has gotten lazy about punctuation, grammar and content when e-mailing. As a Virtual Assistant, 99.9% of my business involves e-mailing and sometimes the tone or meaning of an e-mail can be misconstrued.
We all can use these 5 tips when sending and receiving e-mails from clients.
- Facts, Just the Facts – E-mails are short communications. Keep it simple and only include what is necessary to get your point across. If the message is personal and lengthy, pick up the phone.
- E-Mail is NEVER Private – You never know who will get bcc or forwarded your e-mail so keep the content to the topic and never include personal issues that won’t offend if it gets out.
- Always Include Specific Subject Line – this will help the recipient decide the importance of the content with an out of control inbox.
- Respond.. Respond.. Respond – Rule of thumb is to respond as quickly as you can, you don’t want to leave people hanging. If you know, let them know in a quick response. Respond no later than 24hrs.
- Last but not Least, Spell and Grammar Check Please – Not only with spell check, but actually read what you are sending, spell check does not check everything.
Keep these 5 in mind when e-mailing to clients and co-workers. Implement these and you will save time and be more productive!
A few extras to think about before pressing send:
- Delete Chain E-mails
- Do Not “reply all”
- Ask before sending huge attachments
- Use Acronyms Sparingly
- Keep it to one subject per e-mail
Today Knoxville, TN! I am now working virtually for a Commercial Real Estate Agent out of Knoxville, TN. He has several properties listed and needed some ideas for tenants!
First order of business, I was to gather a list of potential retail users looking to expand or relocate in the Tennessee area. Two websites that I use are:
These are the best sites to use when you need tenant list to market a space.
The second project was to find all of the existing tenants on an office building. Found them and then found more! I found most of these Dr.’s at this link .. http://www.healthgrades.com.. this site is mostly used to search when you need a Dr. but it was a great tool for me to gather a list of tenants in the building.
What sites do you use to find tenants??
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