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That sounds like a great list. If you have a link to it, please post it.
I have not heard of this list, but it sounds interesting.
This I have never heard of so I will follow the answers to make myself better.
Never heard of it, but if you find it please share it I would be interested in learning more.
26 questions?!?! Yikes! I'm sorry, but I've been working with a buyer for a few months now and I don't know nearly that much about her! Why would I need to know (or even care) where they went to school? I know what they need in their house, what their situation is, pertanent details (kids, activities, etc.) that help direct the house search.
For my two cents, I have enough mission critical information to keep straight, why would I want to clutter it up with extraneous info?
Sorry, I just don't get it. Conversation and time builds the rapport. Asking questions can guide that, but you don't want a long list. At that point I might as well interogate them.
Letter 24 "X" in the Alphabet -- No, your X-Ray is not one of the new TRID requirements nor is your X-Rated past.
OK Lise, where do we get the list? Never heard of it!
I have not heard of it.
I have never seen this list.
Good morning Lise. I was not aware a list like that actually existed. I can't imagine using a like like that, as I like to make up my own, depending on the situation.
Please do pass it on - -
I;ve never heard of this list . It sounds a 26 part blog series !!!
I need to learn more about this. I thought that Ford questions were focused on questions we ask clients to get them to talk.
I have not heard of that. I do have MacKay's 66...
I don't have that and haven't seen it but hope someone shares.
never heard of this one
I would think that along with the FORD questions, that any "alphabet type" questions would tie into all those categories during the course of normal conversation. It's all about breaking the ice and making the prospect talk about themselves. By doing this, you can gather the appropriate information that will determine your best course of action in turning them into a client.
I do not have this list but am always interested in meeting others who went to UVA.