We judge people based on their :
Ethics and values
Similarity to ourselves
The razor blade is sharp but can’t cut a tree, the axe is strong but can’t cut the hair.
Everyone is important according to his/her own unique purposes.
Never look down on anyone unless you are admiring their shoes.
Based on these factors, we decide if we like or trust people and their appeal as friends or business associates.
We judge people on their appearance and our preconceived perceptions of what their particular look and personality traits signify.
End on a good note
We now understand the importance of making a positive first impression, and should add to that an equally positive last impression it is the take-home view people have and what they will remember.
In the competitive market, buyers and sellers face numerous choices of Estate Agencies.
Meetings need a positive conclusion with the client feeling their expectations were met as they walk out of the door or put down the telephone.
People will sooner take their business elsewhere than tackle a negative experience head on.
If their encounter with you has left them frustrated and annoyed, they are more likely to end their business alliance and seek the services of your competitors rather than say anything.
You may lose their business and have no idea why, hence the need to be sure you have left a good last impression