Often you’ll have time to interact with clients in your car, either because you’re actually driving them to the property you suspect they might buy, or because you’re meeting them outside your office. Which means you’ need to be prepared to do business, right from your car.
Exactly what you have available is up to you. It will be much like what you have in your office, but aimed at being portable.
You want something to corral the paper neatly and portably. You also want a decent surface to write on.
It may make sense to start with an inexpensive cardboard box and move up when you’re clear on exactly what you want.
Keep these things in mind when choosing the container:
Now you’re set up to take an offer right at the house your showing, get an owner to sign a listing, and generally handle your real estate business no matter where you are.
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Before Anne Wayman became a writer she sold real estate in Southern California. She worked with her father who learned the business from his father. Not surprisingly she learned a few things along the way. Since then, she has been freelance writing for over 30 years – she is a grandmother, loves cats and writes about a wide variety of topics including real estate.