How To Overcome The "Not Ready To Sell Now" Objection


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In this week’s video, we’ll discuss some common objections that you as an agent have to overcome when you go on a listing appointment. I don’t have the time to go over all of them, but we have just released our brand-new objection handling playing cards that address most of them. There are 52 cards in this deck with 16 face cards and 16 common objections. The remaining cards include motivational sayings like, “Remember, Republicans and Democrats both buy and sell luxury homes.” I’m going to cover one of the most common objections today. It’s one that we hear all the time: “I’m not ready to sell now because we’ve been told x is a better time.” Here’s a perfect example of why now is the best time to sell is this: Just this past weekend, we showed our $2.5 million listing to a relocation buyer who was looking at six other properties. The next day, unfortunately, they wrote an offer on one of the other homes they saw, but the real point is that if the home wasn’t on the market, that buyer wouldn’t have even had the opportunity to see it. “Nobody has a crystal ball.” If you come across this objection, you have to talk about the importance of knowing the market today and being able to sell today. For those buyers who are looking to buy now, exposure is key. The other concept to remember is that nobody has a crystal ball. Maybe home prices will drop and a home will be worth more today than it will be in the future. If you have any questions at all, don’t hesitate to reach out to me today. We’re also still looking to get some more reviews from our Luxury Listing Podcast. If you’ve been listening to that or reading our Luxury Listing Specialist book, we’d love for you to leave a review about your experience. Don’t forget to check out, too. Keep raising the bar, and I hope to hear from you soon.

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