Realtors can’t ever go wrong buying champagne as a closing gift, right?
That’s the case if, unbeknownst to the agent, their client just finished a 12-step program (now presumably on Zoom, thanks to the Pandemic).
Or hates the restaurant you bought them a gift certificate to.
Or already has four kitchen knife sets (albeit, none with your name prominently engraved on them 🙂).
Which underscores the one, cardinal rule governing closing gifts: it’s anything — presumably home or moving-related — that the client will really appreciate (within limits).
“Know Your Client” (and deal size)
In that vein . . . it’s hard to top the Buyer’s agent who popped for a new dryer (or so I heard).
P.S.: Before any clients send me an indignant email asking me where their new dryer is . . . the home in question was $1.5M.