This forms helps you to grow your foreclosure cleaning business.
The form may seem like it’s not necessary; but it is. The Foreclosure Cleanup Call Log can provide valuable insight about your business, the estimates given out, trends in the geographical location of your business, etc.; necessary info you need to grow!
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Foreclosure Cleanup Call Log (Call Intake Form), 1 Page, Legal Size, PDF Format
How to Use a Caller Log to Grow Your Foreclosure Cleanup Business
As the owner of a foreclosure cleanup business, it's a great idea to use a call intake form (or caller log) for your business. This is a simple form that you or your receptionist should use when your business phone is answered.
The foreclosure cleanup call intake form may seem like it’s not necessary; but it is. The Foreclosure Cleanup Call Log can provide valuable insight about your business, the estimates given out, trends in the geographical location of your business, effectiveness of advertising and public relations in certain seasons, and on and on.
This one simple form can ultimately help you manage and grow your foreclosure cleanup business for years to come.
How the Foreclosure Cleanup Caller Intake Form Can Help Grow Your Business
This one little form will do the following:
Call Patterns that Will Guide Your Decision-making
As the weeks pass, you’ll see a pattern in the times you receive calls. You’ll notice whether most of the calls are coming in the early evening, mid-day, or morning. The Foreclosure Cleanup Call Log will also reveal whether most of your call activity is happening at the end of the week or the beginning of the week, mid-month or end of month, etc.
Phone Activity vs. Actual Jobs
As your business grows, you will see which months you received the most phone activity versus actual jobs. Certain times of the month, you may be an “estimate machine,” but when you compare your call sheet to the actual foreclosure cleaning estimates you will have given out (and you compare them to the estimates that have ultimately panned out), you’ll notice a pattern that will guide your decision-making when it comes to choosing which estimates to actually handle.
For example, after a while you’ll be able to forecast by saying with some certainty that in this month we will receive so many calls, which will lend to approximately this many estimates, which will lend to this percentage of closed contracts.
You’ll be able to flip back through these intake sheets to see if your foreclosure cleanup calls spiked as a result of a certain advertisement you placed or a certain public relations piece that got picked up, etc.
You’ll be able to see where most of your calls are coming from, versus where most of the actual subject properties you’re working on are located.
How’d They Hear About You?
The line near the bottom of the Foreclosure Cleanup Call Log is invaluable because it asks, "How did you hear about us?" The answer to this question will guide you in placing ads, canceling ads, spending more dollars in certain areas, etc. You may not get through all of the questions on your call log with a caller, but do everything in your power to get that one question answered: “How’d you hear about us?”
This simple form can provide valuable trend information about your industry that can ultimately help you grow your foreclosure cleanup business successfully for years to come.
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Foreclosure Cleanup Call Log, 1 Page, Legal Size, PDF Format (can also easily be printed in letter size).
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