I do not think that all the professions are losing phone contact.
We have all the networks. To type, text, tweet , but we still need to make a phone call. I read an article that professionals are losing some business because, some business professionals are using way too much of everything but not enough of a phone.
Are we losing a personal touch? I did not yet scheduled a listing appointment without voice contact. We do have that option on MLS. I did use it, and followed up with a call.
I received an email a few days ago from an agent for my listing. The agent was scheduling to see this non vacant home via email. I replied with: "Please give me a call ... " I thought that was SPAM. Was I wrong to request a phone call?
Don't get me wrong. I am texting and emailing with a client, but before we hit the road we spend a few minutes on the phone.
Is texting and emailing killing someones business?
If you are buying or selling a home, we can text, email, tweet, but we still need to talk :)