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Real Estate Referrals

Referrals are important in real estate sales.  There are many types of referrals.  Here are some of them:

Agent to Agent 

When an agent has a buyer or seller lead in an area where they don’t work (either in the state where they are licensed or in another state), they find a good agent to refer them to.  The agents negotiate the referral fee up front and between themselves.  The referral is paid out of the commission the agent getting the referral is paid and it costs buyer or sellers nothing.

One question agents get is if the agent getting less money will work as hard.  If they are good agents (which is all I want to refer to), they treat all customers the same no matter how much income they are getting.  When Linda get referrals, she often forget there is a referral until it is time to process the accepted contract. 

Referrals from Past Clients

If you enjoyed Linda’s service while buying or selling a home, please remember to be on the lookout for people who need to buy or sell and tell them that you know a good, caring agent to help them.  Send them to VIPRealEstateOK.com to learn more, but tell them you will contact me and that I will then be calling them.

Since Linda has been real estate since 1981, she has experience with solving many problems to insure she has a high than average ratio of contracts to closed sales.  She doesn’t work with a team of agents officially because she wants to make sure each client gets her services and expertise.  But she does have an unofficial team of agents who think like she does and have similar experience levels who help each other as needed.

Referrals from Friends

Linda has many friends from all around the country.  If you are one of them and want to help her with her business, you can contact her no matter where you are buying or selling and she will find a great agent for you.  The same service is available for your friends.  Just tell them that you have a friend who will find them a great agent, contact Linda.  She will then contact your friends and find out about where they are wanting to buy or sell (you don’t have to do all that) and she will go to work to find them a great agent.

Kickbacks

Please don’t ask Linda for a kickback on a referral.  Why?  Because they are illegal in Missouri (and most other states).  The law says a licensee is forbidden from paying an unlicensed person.

If you have a referral for Linda, please complete and submit the form below: 

 

By sending this request, you are giving Linda Grissette, members of her team, other representatives from Keller Williams Realty West (or other real estate company we might contact about your dream home) permission to contact you by e-mail or by phone even if you are on the Federal Do Not Call List. 

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