Easy Company Policy; Client Interest Comes First

Easy Company Policy; Client Interest Comes First

Easy Company Policy, The client’s best interest comes first.  I had a discussion with a broker from another office about how to handle a tricky situation.  I thought I had a handle on the matter, but several points were brought up as well as an explanation for how she said her office policy was in this given situation.  So I investigated further. 

 

It turns out our company policy is the best policy, is the easiest policy, Client Interest Comes First.  Whether I represent a buyer or a seller, what is the right thing to do for them?  It’s about clear, unapologetic representation of my side of the transaction.  It doesn’t mean I don’t play nice or fair.  In fact, fair is how this turns out. If I represent my client, and the other brokers represent their clients, and we each put our clients’ interests first, what could be fairer than that? 

 

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Dan Tabit       206-310-8629    425-868-SOLD(7653)  DanTabit@Northstone.net

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