Pipe Knoll gives all of you some very logical tips to succeed during these times and any time. She says, "This is the time to double down on communicating with clients and being the person that's there to care."
And when she started to realize that she was actually becoming her own worst enemy and holding herself back from success. She just started to really build on her showing who she is to people and once she started to really open up and get out of her own way and stop trying to pretend to be a real estate robot she really had her business take off.
She took her own advice after crying to two days at the initial shut down and started calling her clients and connections. "Hey, how are you? How's your family? is your job Okay? Is the family healthy? How can I help? Is there anything you need ?" And all of a sudden that started this turned into a business thing that she did not expect. Listen to the rest of this 8-minute episode.
After several years in the insurance industry, she realized that selling homes, rather than insuring them, was much more up her alley and she earned her real estate license in 2005. She has led the charge perfecting their team’s systems and processes over the years, helping our buyers and sellers navigate their real estate transactions extremely well-prepared and with ease! Knowledge is power and she looks for every opportunity to meet with clients and educate them on the Denver market and the home buying and selling process.