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I would try it. Some people may not get it, but those that do might find it funny.
Not too blunt; humorous!
Fine with me, but you need to judge who your audience is.
Well it sure gets the message out yet with some humor. say what you need and give someone something funny to smile at all at once.
You will be surprised how many sellers and buyers like a direct real estate agent. My last listings I was very direct about pricing and having the seller fix problem areas in there home. The seller apperciated I was honest, upfront & told them the truth. The did not receive this from 3 other agents who tried to sell their home.
If your tone of voice is calm, non-judgmental, and businesslike try it.
I like it, but then again I tend to be pretty direct myself. Made me smile....
Jack - Be genuine. Some may like it, others will hate it. You can't please everyone but you want to attract enough people who are in alignment with your way of thinking. Let us know how it goes but no collect calls, please.
That may be a bit harsh!
At times that is the only way to be,.
You want your client to like you so if being blunt offends them then I would try to find a way to lighten it up a bit to get your point across. You want them to keep you in mind for referrals and for using you again.
Sometimes. It's best to adjust your communication style to that of your client.
If the intent is to be blunt. Mission accomplished!
However, if the intent is to get someone to call you, raise their hand or click the link, you are missing two important ingredients.
'What's in it for them?' I do not see a result, outcome, benefit or solution on your statement.
Preceding your statement with, "Sometimes the grass IS greener on the other side...... move.......and see how the other side lives."
Now, what is the promise to the reader if they act on your CTA?