Follow Up: No doesn’t mean “No” ForeverNo doesn’t mean “No” Forever

No doesn’t mean “No” Forever

No doesn't mea no forever; just not yet.

I would venture to say more than 70% of the homes I get under contract are from follow up. If there is one “secret” in this business besides being consistent and persistent, it’s follow-up.

No doesn't mean no; it just means not now.

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