April 4, 2016

To Gift or Not To Gift that is the Question!

As a realtor or mortgage broker, you are always faced with a Dilemma, Do I give a closing gift or not? Josh Flagg from Million Dollar Listing gives great tips on closing gifts.

I bet you’ve tried all the usual gifts the same humdrum gifts your competitors are using, Flower Baskets, Cookies, Candy or Chocolate Gift Baskets, Wine/Champagne/Alcohol, Restaurant or Mall Gift Cards, etc.

Those are all nice gifts, but not if you are in a competitive market and wanting people to remember you. Your goal is to gain repeat business from your clients and gain the referrals of their family, friends and neighbors.

3 Great Tips About Closing Gifts from Josh Flagg

  1. They are a great conversation starter – If there is one thing we know about new homeowners, it is that they love to talk about the experience. Of course, it is mainly about the drama involved in finding and getting the house, but a great way to be weave yourself into that story is to place a memory point with a well thought out closing gift.
  2. Keep it personal – It doesn’t have to be an extravagant gift. In fact, most clients are much more impressed with something that shows you had only them in mind. A personalized Fruit Tree from PlantOGram.com is a tasteful, inexpensive gift that will draw comments, and give them a chance to mention your name. Don’t make the mistake of going out and buying a handful of Home Depot gift cards, and passing them out like a Vegas blackjack dealer! It’s a waste of money and it shows that you didn’t feel like putting any thought into the gift at all. Besides, how much should the card be…? You don’t want to look cheap, but if it is a high figure, are you saying you expect them to break the bank with repairs?
  3. They help cement a long-term relationship – Professional mortgage expert, David Reinholz feels the closing gift lets your client know that they are “more than just a number or a means to a paycheck.” He knows that they want to feel unique and special – more importantly, they will remember you as an important player in this shared experience when you make them feel that way.

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What better advertisement for you as a Realtor or a Mortgage broker than a 15-30 feet billboard in the form of an amazing exotic fruit tree in all of your client’s back yards their neighborhoods.

With PLANTOGRAMS, you have interactive, multisensual 3D billboards reaching out to all your clients, their friends, family and neighbors and stimulating their most memorable senses taste and smell.  PLANTOGRAMS are the epitome of referrals and advertising for your business, they just continue to spread exponentially.

What better advertisement for you as a Realtor or a Mortgage broker than a 15-30 feet billboard in the form of an amazing exotic fruit tree in all of your client’s back yards their neighborhoods.

With PLANTOGRAMS, you have interactive, multisensual 3D billboards reaching out to all your clients, their friends, family and neighbors and stimulating their most memorable senses taste and smell.  PLANTOGRAMS are the epitome of referrals and advertising for your business, they just continue to spread exponentially.

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If you want to send the ONLY gift that will keep on giving year after year and will also keep your clients talking about you at their parties and family gatherings! Then what are you waiting for send a PlantOGram today!

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April 4, 2016

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April 4, 2016

Share and Like this page on Facebook drawing will be held around 7pm est.

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Have you given the Holiday's much thought??? I know we didn't even get through Thanksgiving yet and the Christmas trees are up! Don't forget about the traditional.... BLACK FRIDAY SHOPPING!!!!

I'm going to make it really easy for you to get a kick start on your holiday shopping. PlantOGram offers numerous different and rare fruit tree gifts that do well all over the world. Majority of the trees can be kept in a container and either stay in a sun room, green house or even move it in and out of your home. I think when people think of fruit trees they think  that a lot of work is involved, but really not that much work is involved consider it like having a pet except less demanding.

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Homemade edible Christmas trees - Eye-catching and delicious treats http://ow.ly/EHoju

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Happy Thanksgiving from our family to yours!thanksgiving

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Did you ever stop to look at the fruits in the grocery store? Did you ever notice that a lot of them look next to perfect? Some of the migrant workers who grow America's fruit and vegetables. are people living densely in shanty like structures made of scrap metal and cinder block, surrounded by vast fields and long rows of greenhouses. Strangers in a strange land who didn't speak the language, hundreds of miles from home, they lived at the mercy of labor contractors who, they claimed, made false promises and paid rock-bottom wages. Like all Big Ag-dominated areas, the place had a feeling of desolation: all monocropped fields, mostly devoid of people, and lots of billboards hawking the products of agrichemical giants Monsanto and Syngenta.

Tom Philpott is the food and ag correspondent for Mother Jones and the author of  The Horrifying Reason Why Your Fruit Is Umblemished hetalks about how your fruits make their way from the farm to your stores shelf.

Laborers are required to use hand sanitizer and keep their nails trimmed so that they don't damage the fruit.

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Most fruit trees cannot tolerate frost or freezing conditions for very long before dropping their buds and fruit. If you are expecting a freeze, you can protect your fruit trees with minimal maintenance and a little ingenuity.

Wrap & Mulch & Cover's

  • Wrap your fruit tree's trunk with roofing paper, burlap or another insulating material.
  • Apply a thick layer (at least three inches) of organic mulch over your fruit tree's roots and base. Use shredded newspaper, pine bark, dried straw or pine needles to cover the ground around the tree and protect it from the cold. This will also help to keep the moisture in the soil and allow for maximum absorption of fertilizing nutrients.
  • Cover your young fruit tree with a clear plastic tarp if you are expecting a hard freeze. This will protect it from winter winds and allow sunlight to penetrate the covering. Be sure to remove the protective covering during daylight hours when the temperature rises above 32 degrees Fahrenheit.

Coat

  • Mix one lb. of Ivory Snow and 1/2 lb. of high-calcium lime into five gallons of warm water. Shake well.
  • Attach a sprayer to your garden hose, and spray your fruit tree from top to bottom with the solution, being sure to cover every part of the tree's leaves, branches and trunk with the mix. Shake the sprayer well to keep the mixture from clogging up the hose during the application.
  • Rinse the plastic-like solution off of the tree when temperatures rise above freezing. Re-apply as necessary throughout the coldest winter months.

Provide added warmth to fruit trees in winter by stringing Christmas lights throughout their branches or placing a 150 watt indoor/outdoor rated bulb in a socket at the base of the tree. Protect low-lying or fragile tree branches by tying them in a supportive fashion to the trunk of the tree with a loose knot. If you are concerned that fragile limbs may succumb to frost or heavy ice build-up, wrap the less stable limbs lightly in loose fabric or paper during cold spells. Be sure to remove the wrapping during daylight hours when the temperature is above 32 degrees Fahrenheit.

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