Re: Orientation for new people/Waiting Lists
From: Rob Sandelin (floriferousmsn.com)
Date: Sat, 29 Jul 2006 10:50:15 -0700 (PDT)
We do our prospective buyers orientations in person and so far it has worked
wonderfully. The propspective buyer comes for a tour, gets invited to tea,
or supper and one of the ourreach, welcoming team or myself simply ask and
answer questions to ensure people have some idea of what we are about. So
far every seller of every house is very much supported this effort, even
when it means one or more prospects decide to look elsewhere for a home.  I
suppose if the people selling the homes had little or no relationship
anymore with the community they might be disinclined to have their
prospective buyers do this, but this has not been our situation. 



Rob Sandelin
Sharingwood
Naturalist, Writer
The Environmental Science School
http://www.nonprofitpages.com/nica/SVE.htm
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