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How to Kill It with New Construction Listings w/Kellie Revoir and Dawn Schultz

April 12, 2019

In most markets, people are looking to get the most listing inventory they can get, and new constructions present the perfect opportunity. How do you get your foot in the door with builders? What can you do to bring value to them? How do you leverage and manage them so that they create more opportunities? On this episode, new construction experts Kellie Revoir and Dawn Schultz share on why we should be paying attention to this niche of business right now, and give insights as to how they are doing it.

 

When you build relationships with builders, you’re not just there to stick a sign in the yard and bring the buyer. You’re there to help them grow their business. -Dawn Schultz  

Resources:

- Join the Club Wealth Real Estate Agent Mastermind Facebook Group

- Get info on the Listing Agent Boot Camp, April 24th - 27th in San Antonio, TX 

 

Three Things We Learned From This Episode

Why new constructions are such a great opportunity

With new construction listings, you don’t just get one check. You can get a lot of listings at a time. Working with builders is great because there’s no emotional attachment, and that makes things a lot easier.

 

How to build relationships with builders

Newer builders are very often on site, whether they are overseeing the build or working themselves. If you want to build a relationship with them, bring coffee and doughnuts to them every once in a while.

 

How to connect with people in the know about new developments

Attend planning and zoning meetings and city networking meetings. That’s where the people who know about new developments hang out.

 

New constructions in your local area are a niche you can dominate if you go into it with the right mindset. It’s not about you just getting the listing. It’s actually about building relationships with them, working with them, coaching them so that they can actually grow their businesses. If you position yourself as someone with valuable information, and someone they can work with; you won’t just get your foot in the door, you’ll become the person known for that.