Well, summer is almost over and pretty soon the pace of life will start picking up again. For a business owner, summer is a great time to reflect on what is working in the business, and what’s not. It’s also a good time to think of new ways to help your clients and spread the news about said services.
I work with many Realtors who are looking for ways to thank their buyers with closing gifts. Sometimes it will be a basket of goodies or useful tools that come in handy when you are moving in. Years ago, when we moved into our new home, we received a big bucket filled with a hammer, paper towels, a screwdriver, a tape measure, towels, and masking tape, among other items, and I must say that most of those items are still in use to this day. However, for the buyer who has everything, sometimes the best gift isn’t an item, but an experience.
A gourmet meal prepared in your home, a massage or time with a personal trainer are some nice ideas – but how about a professional organizer helping you get your kitchen items put away the first day you move in? Sounds good, doesn’t it? Imagine waking up on the very first morning in your new home, and you walk down to the kitchen and the coffee maker is plugged in and the coffee and all the accessories you need are within arm’s reach. Sure, you may be standing in your neat and organized kitchen with your cup of coffee, surveying the rest of your home that looks like “box village”, but at least you have one neat little oasis. And, you can make breakfast.
Depending on the size of the kitchen, it can take about four hours to set-up. This is a great gift to provide to clients, or you can offer two hours and the client can decide if they’d like more help. The nice part about giving an gift certificate like this is how ours are different – but I don’t want to give away all the secrets. Give us a call and we can discuss!
Holly @ Abundantly Clear – (303) 322-5327
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