Real Estate Field Manual: An Official Selling Guide (with CD-ROM)[wpramazon asin=”0324654081″]Find More Scottsdale Marketing ProductsRelated Posts:Don’t Tell Anyone, But The Secrets About Lead…Techniques To Help You Find Lead Generation SuccessAll The Help You Need To Maximize Lead Generation SuccessWeb Marketing: Make Yourself Known In The Digital WorldExperts And Novices Alike Need This Lead Generation…Turn Yourself Into A Master Of Lead GenerationBy Dean Schlenker|2013-01-02T21:24:35+00:00January 2nd, 2013|Scottsdale Marketing|1 CommentShare This Story, Choose Your Platform!FacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditGoogle+TumblrPinterestVkEmail About the Author: Dean Schlenker Related Posts I have an original Ping Anser Scottsdale Putter. What is the best way to sell the putter for the best price? I have an original Ping Anser Scottsdale Putter. What is the best way to sell the putter for the best price? Nice Scottsdale Marketing photos Nice Scottsdale Marketing photos Marketing in Scottsdale- Real Estate Review Marketing in Scottsdale- Real Estate Review Video Marketing Scottsdale Video Marketing Scottsdale Which town in Phoenix is a good area to live in? Which town in Phoenix is a good area to live in? One Comment rgoo242 January 2, 2013 at 9:28 pm 8 of 9 people found the following review helpful Solid Up To Date Information, tho not too much new info here, November 18, 2002By rgoo242 (Florida) – This review is from: Real Estate Field Manual: An Official Selling Guide (Paperback)A good overview for new agents, full of forms, prospecting ideas, organizational tips, marketing ideas, as well as computer and technology tips. It gives simple basics for dialogues, ads, listings, tools of the trade, closings, farming, mailers, and prospecting. My only complaint is that is simplifies some processes …. for example FSBO’s. “Every Sunday, FSBO’s wait to be called by agents”. Yeah right! But overall, there is a good bit of information on almost every subject here, most are covered very well, though from a pretty basic standpoint. Recommended for new agents, or agents in a lull. The forms are excellent, better than the Carla Cross books (tho they are great in other ways!). This one book does cover subjects you might have to buy 5 or 6 others in the field to get. Very helpful resource. Try also Carla Cross, Dirk Zeller, Bob Boog, or Danielle Kennedy. Recommended by NAR.Help other customers find the most helpful reviews Was this review helpful to you? | CommentComments are closed.