Dress to Impress When Apartment Shopping?

Maybe you are interested in a penthouse suite or maybe just a simple apartment whichever you are interested in, why not let your real-tor or leasing consultant know what kind of taste you have? You can do this not only by what you tell her or him, but how you dress too!

Unfortunately, no matter how many laws we have to keep people from being discriminated against, there is something within all of us that will make us work harder for that attractive looking person walking through the door. Maybe we smile a little more, shake hands a little harder, offer treats, or ask if there is anything else we can do, there is something about a person's demeanor who demands special treatment and respect that will always get top notch service and most of all what they want.

So you may have thought about going on your next appointment to view an apartment with kids in tote, a little sweaty and possibly a little dirty, think again if you are looking to get a luxurious suite with a magnificent view. There are those consultants who may favor one party over the other just on appearance alone. However, what if you are seeking a simple, affordable unit with not many amenities, then a not-so attractive appearance might help, the consultant might think, "Well, he really needs this place and his kids could use the room."

Dress the part and who knows where you might end up.

Nicholl McGuire

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