Quick Tip #3

by benvanhunnik on March 16, 2009

When you’re stopping by somebody’s place, don’t park in front of their house. People in the neighborhood notice a lot. If you draw unwanted attention to the client’s home, it will make them feel uncomfortable with your presence. This will negatively affect your chances of successful follow-up.

I once parked in front of a client’s house and heard a group of people scrambling out the back and over a backyard fence. Apparently they thought I was a cop. Not a good move.

If you’re able, park your car around the block and walk up to the house. The less fanfare, the better.

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