Sometimes, we catch people at work and when you get hung up on, do not take it personally. People hang up because they just answer the phone out of sheer curiosity and then they are like: "Okay, I don’t want to talk to you right now." Just because people hang up on you, don’t let them off the hook.
Send them a text message instead, i.e.
Hey, I’m just checking in. It looks like you were looking at homes in Mississauga?
♦ According to Andy Herrington, who was a member of the three top producing teams (Craig Proctor Team, Dan Plowman Team and Tom & Diane Mitchell Team), you should look at it in the following way. Most of your competitors are going to give up after the lead is rude for the first time. If you want to do better than your competitors, give it another shot.
Everyone is going to give up after the second time, so if you really want to be the best, you need to try one more time.
Learn more about it in the following video:
All we are trying to do by calling leads is to get them at their convenient time. It is the law of numbers, because once you get that win, you’re like: "Oh my God, that was so easy." It’s only easy because you caught them at the absolute perfect time.
And, if you are not calling your leads consistently, you’re never going to get those easy ones.
Watch a full video on this topic here: