Put More Show and Less Tell in Your Listing Presentations

Description

A typical listing presentation consists of a licensee explaining to a seller about market conditions, advising on property preparation and pricing, telling them what marketing may be utilized and trying to persuade the seller as to why the licensee should be selected to list the property.

By increasing various visual communication techniques in a presentation, the licensee can enhance the clarity of the information and improve the seller’s comprehension, retention and recall of the material, which may result in a more professional relationship while minimizing confusion and misunderstandings.

Learning Objectives:

* Determine various visual communication methods to utilize in a listing presentation

* Identify specific tools and techniques to demonstrate concepts

* Explain how using visual aids benefit a seller

* Distinguish between various communication styles

* Determine a seller’s preferred learning style

* Integrate various visual props into a listing presentation

Approved for 3 Hours CE Credit

Instructor: Randy Templeman

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  • CE Credits 3.00
  • Member: $30.00
  • Non Member: $50.00