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Should you get your clients a gift after a transaction?

Should you get your clients a gift after a transaction?

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Someone posted a couple of great gift questions in our Private CRE Mastery Facebook Group last week… 

Do you get your clients a gift after the transaction is complete? If so, what? If not, why not?

Once you decide to buy a gift, what’s an appropriate gift?

In today’s Massimo Minute, I’m sharing how you can give valuable gifts that will make a lasting impression on your clients. 

Here’s what we cover: 

1: The importance of giving meaningful gifts after a transaction (and during the holiday season)

2: The impact of a house visit and $1,100 Michigan Wolverine motor scooter

3: Discussing a $3,500 gift for a client who produced $1.2 million in commissions 

4: How a $25 baseball helped me close our biggest client to date

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