When property seekers are interested in learning more about your listing, they will reach out to you for more information.
These enquiries can come in via listing or your agent profile, you will receive the enquiry through:
- AgentNet web message inbox
- AgentNet mobile app inbox
Agents who respond quickly have a better chance to land a new client. You can check out your unread messages by clicking on the "New Messages" on your Dashboard.
Follow these industry best practices to capture your potential customer!
1. Response to every enquiry
Property seekers send in enquiries to indicate that they are interested in your listing. Respond to them so that they can turn into your potential client.
2. Respond quickly
Studies show that property seekers who receive a response within an hour, are 3 times more likely to continue to engage with the agent. Contact leads right away, when they're most interested.
3. Personalize the response
Your response should be personalized and include the name of the property seekers and few probing questions to understand the property need of the lead.
4. Be knowledgeable
Get ready all details for the necessary details that your property seeker would be interested in and have be prepared to invite them for a viewing.
For general enquiries, please reach out to our Customer Service at the following:
- Phone: +65 6238 5971 (Mon - Fri 9am - 6pm, closed on PH)
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Live Chat: Click on the red button on the bottom-right of your AgentNet desktop page
For technical assistance, please message us via WhatsApp us at +65 9298 1629
(Mon - Fri 9am - 9pm, closed on PH) and we will get back to you within 1 working day.
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