You’ve heard of the Pareto Principle right? If not, it’s the 80/20 Rule that economist Vilfredo Pareto developed through his research.
I bet you haven’t heard of the 20/50/30 Rule, though… right? It works hand-in-hand with the 80/20 rule for leads and is more centered on lead qualification.
The basic premise is this:
20% of the prospects that you contact will do business with you easily. There are several reasons why, but the rules on handling them are the same regardless.
The next 50% of prospects are on the fence. They could go either way, and you have to work with them to make sure they fall on your side of the fence. Here are some ways to help your cause:
What should you do? Close the deal so that you can then move them to the 20% that will do business with you easily.
The last 30% of prospects are problems waiting to happen. Their characteristics are:
So, what does this have to do with Foreclosures and the anatomy of the perfect lead?
Well, folks who are in Foreclosure (or some state of it) are very motivated. Most of them are in the 20% group, and the ones that are in the 50% group are often won over very easily with proper positioning of yourself. In other words, if you can establish yourself as the Foreclosure expert in your area, you will get their business.
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Dan Matejsek, VP
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