1) Greet the buyer’s agent and his/her clients politely
2) Hand out the information directly to the agent- In my own opinion, this is social etiquette we should practice to show respect to the buyer’s agent. Let the buyer’s agent pass it on to the clients or handle it accordingly.
3) Give the buyer’s agent and the buyers free rein to investigate the property
2) Point out the unique features which are not easily visible to the audience eyes
3) Tell the agent that you will be in the (room?) should they have any questions
4) Approach the audience in an unintrusive manner if you need to mention valuable information about the property which you think and feel is necessary to emphasize.
5) Thank the buyer’s agent and the buyers for looking at the house with a smile on their way out.
1) Do not ask the buyers personal questions. It is not the listing agent’s job to screen the buyers.
2) Do not try to throw in a sales pitch about your self in front of the buyers. This is totally annoying, unacceptable and outrageous.
3) Do not talk relentlessly about the obvious like the colors of the paint and the size of the rooms. They are highly visible and obvious.
4) And most importantly- Do not forget who your clients are.