CB Jan 2012

5 Tips for Dealing With Difficult Clients | Custom Homes for Everyday Living


 By automatically adjusting wattage output and blower speeds, the heaters stay energy efficient and quiet.


One of these homes was built for empty nesters who wished to downsize. The other is currently a vacation home, but will be a primary residence when the owners retire. The homes have more in common than you’d think.

Considering the potential risks and liabilities associated with miscommunication, business professionals would be wise to spend more time and energy on improving their communication skills and practices. Mark Richardson offers a few helpful tips.

Prevent problems with clients by helping them set their expectations right from the beginning. 


This Month in Custom Builder


Sales leader and author Mark Richardson shares his advice for how custom builders, and leaders throughout residential construction, can improve the effectiveness of thier staff meetings

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