The Help-U-Sell Client Appreciation Program: Redefining Full Service

A few months ago, we announced our Client Appreciation Program at Help-U-Sell Harbinger Realty.  The Client Appreciation Program is a monthly program where we stay in touch with our clients with items of value, providing complimentary information to make life easier in regards to home ownership.  Monthly tips about taxes, landscaping, additions, maintenance and other useful information is yours free when enrolled. Additionally, free notary, faxing and photo copy services are provided for our clients as well.

One of the main reasons for this program is to allow us to demonstrate that we care- even after the sale has been made- and that we intend to stay in touch long after the sale has closed.  Our goal is to create happy clients who refer us to their friends, family and co-workers, because we showed that we care, we are competent at what we do, and that we can be trusted.

Whether you are moving from Hamilton to Phoenix, or Bordentown to Raleigh, no matter. Once a client, we want you to be our client for life.  I think if the service stops at closing, which is what most agents are in the habit of providing, and then they are really “limited service brokers”.  Their service is limited to the time of your transaction. 

This month’s item of value is all about landscaping (click here). 


3 Responses to The Help-U-Sell Client Appreciation Program: Redefining Full Service

  1. Audrey Aster says:

    Best of luck with your new blog!

  2. Frank Johansen says:

    Your blog is great! The info. that you are supplying to your customers is very well thought out. Keep up the good work!
    -Frank Johansen

  3. Ilene says:

    You are an information guru on Home Sales!
    Thank you Michael!


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