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Closing gifts for clients - what's appropriate?

Do you like to give your clients a closing gift?  How about flowers?colorful flower leis  When it's a first time home buyer I like to give them their keys with a flower lei, to congratulate them on their purchase.  It's such a BIG EVENT for them, it's nice to help them celebrate with a gift.  I will get them something else as well, but flowers are just a nice touch.  When the client is a seller, sometimes they need help getting some things done to help close the sale.  Other things I have given as closing gifts for buyers and sellers:

  • bottle of champagne 
  • orchid plant
  • potted plants
  • set of pots and pans 
  • kitchen basics to get them started
  • gift certificate for Lowe's
  • gift certificate for Costco
  • dinner out at a nice restaurant
  • barbecue grill
  • removal of junk from garage or under house
  • hauling of new furnishings

 What kind of gifts do you like to give your clients?  Or do you prefer to make a donatation to their favorite charity

nursery section of Home Depot

Comment balloon 67 commentsGeorgie Hunter R(S) 58089 • October 27 2007 06:14AM

Comments

What beautiful flowers and photos.  It must be wonderful to live in an area that looks like paradise.  As far as gifts, I usually give a gift certificate to a local restaurant, Bed, Bath & Beyond or some place like that. They seem to enjoy that.
Posted by Kay Perry (Kay Perry, Broker) over 11 years ago
Those flowers are so beautiful!  I love your idea about giving the keys with the lei of flowers.

I try to personalize each gift depending upon my buyers needs:  For first timers I've found that a gift certificate to a local Lowe's or Home Depot is much appreciated.  For those with "fixer uppers" I like to gift them with photo albums for before and after pictures and disposable cameras. 
Posted by Kris Wales, Real Estate Blog & Homes for Sale search site, Macomb County MI (Keller Williams Realty - Lakeside Market Center) over 11 years ago
Kay - those leis are from a shop on the Big Island - I had never seen so many beautiful leis in one place.
Posted by Georgie Hunter R(S) 58089, Maui Real Estate sales and lifestyle info (Hawai'i Life Real Estate Brokers) over 11 years ago
Gorgeous flowers, I give different things. If I've had to contribute anything towards the transaction, I do nothing. But, gift  cards at Lowe's is a favorite, flowers, movie tickets, dinner out, wine. It really depends. I love your idea with the keys and lei of flowers but we don't have them in Michigan.
Posted by Missy Caulk, Savvy Realtor - Ann Arbor Real Estate (Missy Caulk TEAM) over 11 years ago
I have bought those books from the trade shows at NAR, The 3 ring binders that are $17 each, That customers can put all of their closing papers in and that is personalized with all of my information on it.  I have been giving them out for two years now and all of my customers love them, Sometimes Ill throw in a dinner or Home Depot gift card with it. They love them!!
Posted by Jennifer Bowman (Berkshire Hathaway Home Services Beach Properties of Florida) over 11 years ago

I am in agreement with Missy.  I always give different things depending on the client, I've given gift certificates, wine baskets, gift baskets, dinner, house cleaning, even babysitting, etc..  If I had to contribute anything to the transaction, I don't do anything.

Posted by Laura Karambelas, Realtor - Downers Grove (Baird & Warner Downers Grove) over 11 years ago
I sell a lot of OLD HOUSES, so, HOME DEPOT or Lowes Gift Certificates are appreciated.
Posted by Debbie Cook, Silver Spring and Takoma Park Maryland Real Estate (Long & Foster Real Estate, Inc) over 11 years ago
I might give flowers or help them move, buy a gift certificate for an appliance, I seldom give closing gifts. My work is enough It's not an easy job like most people think. Aloha ha ha ha
Posted by Jeffery Griffin, Broker Owner (Jeff Griffin LLC ) over 11 years ago

Kris - nice idea

Bowmans - I know that's a good one for the unorganized buyers - I'll try that next time

Missy and Laura - what kind of contribution do you make to a transaction?

Debbie and Jeffery - I agree, I think it's nice when they can pick out their own stuff that they need.

Posted by Georgie Hunter R(S) 58089, Maui Real Estate sales and lifestyle info (Hawai'i Life Real Estate Brokers) over 11 years ago

Georgina, It always depends on the client.

I have given a Spa getaway for two, Super expensive champagne w/glasses, Gift certificates to major hardware stores (done that several times), a microwave, Gift baskets (and Yolanda Heverston has a blog about Homemade gift baskets), gift certificates to a favorite restaurant. Usually I try to "listen" for suggestions from the client during our time together. Usually something gets said that gives me an idea. Beautiful flowers btw.

Posted by Karen Hurst, Rhode Island Waterfront! (RICOASTALLIVING.COM) over 11 years ago
I vote for Home depot or Lowes
Posted by Brett Noel (Keller Williams) over 11 years ago
  1. It sounds like we're all on the same page.  Thanks for the responses!
Posted by Georgie Hunter R(S) 58089, Maui Real Estate sales and lifestyle info (Hawai'i Life Real Estate Brokers) over 11 years ago
Georgina-what I meant by contributing to the transaction is if I had to kick in some money to get the deal together or a home warranty, etc..
Posted by Laura Karambelas, Realtor - Downers Grove (Baird & Warner Downers Grove) over 11 years ago

If you like personal gifts, please take a look at www.wevemovedgifts.com. Everything on the site is personalized with an artistic rendering of the home.  I will admit to this request being self-serving as I make and sell these items. However, i have clients who purchase repeatedly, which for me is a great testimonial to how the gifts are going over. 

The nice thing is that these gifts are keepers for the long haul, so as a marketing tool they provide long-term recollection of the professional help the client received from their agent.

I will be adding more gifts to the site soon, so please keep wevemovedgifts.com in mind.

Also, I sponsor a monthly contest called "I Spy" for players to win free closing gifts. It's fun and it's free!

Posted by Diane Adler over 11 years ago

I just gave the use of a stretch limo for my buyers wedding night. While we were looking for their new home they mentioned that they had never ridden in a limo before. I know a guy who knows a guy =)  It's a bit over the top but I bet they will remember me!

Best Wishes,

Scott Cowan
Rainier Real Estate
www.scottcowan.com

 

Posted by Scott Cowan (RE/MAX Professionals) over 11 years ago

Diane - thanks for the tip, I will check it out.

Scott - I like that!  They will remember you.

Posted by Georgie Hunter R(S) 58089, Maui Real Estate sales and lifestyle info (Hawai'i Life Real Estate Brokers) over 11 years ago

I agree with the comments that it depends on the client and what type of property they have bought. For some it may be a Lowe's Gift Card (they have a WONDERFUL Realtor program) OR something for the house, or a gift certificate to a local eatery. Either way, I DO give a closing gift. That is the LEAST I can do to show appreciation for their business. I have seen so many NEWBIE's that do not give closing gifts. I don't know why or if they just don't know that it is proper Etiquette. I usually also give my seller a "thank you" gift of some kind, especially if I did not have the buyer. I know not many do that either. HOWEVER, they put their faith in me and I like to show appreciation for it.

Just my thoughts.

Posted by Kathy Fisher, Realtor Wise County Texas (Parker Properties) over 11 years ago
I think all of the gift ideas are great.  I have used most of those mentioned. One that has been a favorite is giving the clients large garden pots for the front porch or yard along with the potting soil.  They love it because it gives them instant curb appeal. It's what we want when they call us back to sell the home for them. RIGHT!
Posted by Wanda Turner, GRI - Hoover, Alabama (RE/MAX First Choice) over 11 years ago

Great tips. I also like Kathy Fisher's idea.I will try it next time.

Posted by Gita Bantwal, REALTOR,ABR,CRS,SRES,GRI - Bucks County & Philadel (RE/MAX Centre Realtors) over 11 years ago

Thanks again for all your comments. 

One time the other agent gave me a bottle of wine, and that was a nice surprise!

Posted by Georgie Hunter R(S) 58089, Maui Real Estate sales and lifestyle info (Hawai'i Life Real Estate Brokers) over 11 years ago

I give them a gift album which allows them to choose any gift they want.  They are priced from $25 up to $750 so I can always find an album that fits a specific client.  Most of my clients have never seen anything like it and they all think it is fun.

 I get them from 

NoHassleClosingGifts.com 

Posted by steve over 11 years ago

In my opinion, any closing gifts given should be simple and thoughtful. A tin of cookies, a wind chime for the front porch, even a magazine subscription would all be nice. Just something to let them know they were more than a paycheck.

Keeping up with them after the sale is even more critical. That's why as a mortgage professional, I enroll every client of mine into a follow up system that sends information our quarterly. I also remember birthdays and odd holidays (such as July 4th... who sends a card then?). One of my favorite things about the follow up system I use is that it also puts the Real Estate Agent's information on the cards and letters (even a picture of them) at no cost to the agent! This way, together we can develop a client for life!

Posted by Charlotte Home Loans Your Charlotte Mortgage Lender over 11 years ago

Georgina (and everyone else), do you have any suggestions for holiday gifts for past clients (who are still around and are a good referral base)?  I've done Entertainment books in the past, but the response was lukewarm (even when I added a box of cookies.) 

Thanks!

Colleen Murphy, RE/MAX Honolulu

Posted by Colleen over 11 years ago
I send Incredible edibles! They are fruit arrangements like flowers.  Not only do they smell great, you can eat them.
Posted by Amy Whiffen, REALTOR - Myrtle Beach Real Estate (RE/MAX Southern Shores) over 11 years ago

Steve - that's a different approach, let them choose their own gift!

Ed - I like that follow up technique that ties the sales agent in too. 

Colleen - movie tickets to their local theater? 

Amy - that sounds cool... too bad the ants would be all over them here!

Erica - I can see that point too.  My sister in law who is a nurse hates to tip when we go to a restaurant... she says " nobody tips me, why should I tip them?".  I think it's just the thought that counts.  I'd like to think that the client really appreciates it, and will remember me for future business.  What goes around comes around.

Posted by Georgie Hunter R(S) 58089, Maui Real Estate sales and lifestyle info (Hawai'i Life Real Estate Brokers) over 11 years ago
Great post!  Thanks for all of the ideas!
Maya Thomas
Posted by Maya Thomas, Broker, Please see my client recommendations. over 11 years ago
I am a loan officer and I always give a closing gift. Home Depot or Lowe's, a night out to their favorite restaurant, a house cleaning, new mailbox whatever I feel is appropriate for that particular client.   
Posted by Scott Blanchard (Mortgage Force ) over 11 years ago
Erica, I don't agree with the attorney (I don't with most) but I don't want to be like everyone else. I WANT my clients to remember me and be different from any other service provider they may come in contact with. One other thing (I had another seasoned Realtor tell me years ago); a client can't get a loan with out a mortgage provider, they can't get a clean title without a title company AND they can't (really) defend/respresent themselves in a legal arena, BUT THEY CAN buy & sell houses all buy themselves! Set yourself apart and make them glad they decided to use a Realtor. I'm parapharsing...but you get the idea. And by the way, Georgina, just someting to remind your sister-in-law about when tipping. A LOT (most) resturants don't pay their help minimum wages because they figure on the waitress/waitor getting tips. SO, if we don't tip, they don't make full salaries......just a little food for thought. YOU ARE SO RIGHT, what goes around comes around. REMEMBER the golden rule. God Bless all.
Posted by Kathy Fisher, Realtor Wise County Texas (Parker Properties) over 11 years ago

Kathy - I know that.  We don't invite her along much anymore!  hahaha

I wish someone would give me a house cleaning for a present.  : )

Posted by Georgie Hunter R(S) 58089, Maui Real Estate sales and lifestyle info (Hawai'i Life Real Estate Brokers) over 11 years ago

Georgina, I enjoy giving a nice framed print with a Scripture verse or inspirational quote on it. It is nice to also put

a handwritten comment on the back, then sign and date it. It is good to remember to celebrate with your clients! 

Posted by Nathan Cook (BCR (Brazosland Classic Realty)) over 11 years ago
Nathan, thanks for stopping by and adding your thoughts.  As you say, it's good to remember to celebrate.  I like to send them a card on the first year anniversary too.
Posted by Georgie Hunter R(S) 58089, Maui Real Estate sales and lifestyle info (Hawai'i Life Real Estate Brokers) over 11 years ago
Some folks in my office give a nice cutting board that's engraved with the buyer's names, and has our company logo and agent's name carved on the back.  The theory is that it is a "business card" that sits on the counter all year long.  http://www.eastbayfurniture.com  
Posted by Katie Wethman, CPA, MBA, Realtor - Northern Virginia & DC Real Estate (Keller Williams) over 11 years ago

Our closing gifts vary from client to client depending on their taste/style.  Some are crystal candlesticks... some are theatre tickets.  In '04 we started giving bottles of wine (as appropriate) that were personalized with our label from the vineyard.  A few have uncorked them to celebrate, but we've seen more that have kept them.  We buy them 7-8 cases at time of wine and champagne (for Christmas/New Years) and it only costs us about $36 per bottle (shipping to Alaska is unbelievable).

Posted by Jesse & Kathy Clifton, Retired (Jesse Clifton & Associates, REALTORS®) over 11 years ago

Katie - that's a clever idea

Jesse & Kathy - crystal candlesticks!  a nice touch for those long winter nights.  Wine is always good, if they like to drink.

Posted by Georgie Hunter R(S) 58089, Maui Real Estate sales and lifestyle info (Hawai'i Life Real Estate Brokers) over 11 years ago
I like plaques, wall hangings, that have quotes about the home,  Like, Bless this home, etc.  you can always have your name added in a corner so they will always remember who gave it to them.  This is a gift that will be displayed for others to see and will be around for years to come.
Posted by Penny Florence over 11 years ago
Penny,  Thanks for the nice suggestion.
Posted by Georgie Hunter R(S) 58089, Maui Real Estate sales and lifestyle info (Hawai'i Life Real Estate Brokers) over 11 years ago
Georgina - these are the most beautiful flowers! I also love the fact that the trees grow from cuttings! I have started many on my own from cuttings! As they have gotten larger I have used them as gifts!
Posted by Barbara-Jo Roberts Berberi, MA, PSA, TRC - Greater Clearwater Florida Residential Real Estate Professional, Palm Harbor, Dunedin, Clearwater, Safety Harbor (Charles Rutenberg Realty) about 11 years ago
BJ - so many plants here grow easily from cuttings - sometimes the yard trimmings even sprout up from their pile!
Posted by Georgie Hunter R(S) 58089, Maui Real Estate sales and lifestyle info (Hawai'i Life Real Estate Brokers) about 11 years ago
I usually do a Home Depot, Lowes or Target giftcard....its something they can all use
Posted by Eric Egeland, SFR, e-PRO, CDPE (RE/MAX SUBURBAN) about 11 years ago
Eric - yeah, thats always easy - and you can save money too with the Lowe's Realtor benefit plan
Posted by Georgie Hunter R(S) 58089, Maui Real Estate sales and lifestyle info (Hawai'i Life Real Estate Brokers) about 11 years ago

While all of these gift ideas are great, most of them are used up, put away or forgotten in a while. If your clients are parents of younger children, consider giving a CPR Teddy kit. CPR Teddy is a cuddly bear with a mission - to help parents and others who care for young children learn and practice CPR and choking rescue skills.

Most parents have taken a CPR course, but in an emergency it is very hard to recall what you need to do if it's something you were taught in a classroom some time ago. CPR Teddy is a gentle reminder to practice those skills regularly so you will be ready in an emergency. With its built-in audio prompts, CPR Teddy walks you through the steps of CPR then lets you practice the breaths and compressions.

If you would like to see a video demonstration, please go to www.babyandchildcpr.com/realtor.html

Posted by Jack almost 11 years ago

While at NAR this year, I found a vendor that will create a two year calendar, moving cards and business cards utilizing the picture of the new home.  Buyers seem to like this because they can boast their new home to friends and relatives.

Posted by Sun City Grand Homes Surprise AZ Real Estate Leolinda Bowers Designated Broker Leolinda Realty, Sun City Grand in Surprise Arizona (Leolinda Realty) almost 11 years ago

Great info - thanks!

Posted by Norma J. Elkins, Realtor - Elkins Home Selling Team ( Elite Realty Group) almost 11 years ago

Jack - that's a great idea - CPR teddy!

Leolinda - OK, that's a good idea too, be sure to get some good pictures.

Norma - thanks for dropping by.

Posted by Georgie Hunter R(S) 58089, Maui Real Estate sales and lifestyle info (Hawai'i Life Real Estate Brokers) almost 11 years ago

I do the gift baskets with the starter items,i.e., light bulbs, paper products, bathroom tissue, etc.  It comes in handy on move in day.

Posted by Latonia Parks, Certified Military Relocation Expert (Top Bragg Realty, Fayetteville NC, Home of the 82d ABN DIV) almost 11 years ago

Latonia - that's always a good call, since you never know what they bring with them, and sometimes it's late when they move in.  Nothing more annoying than running out of tp in the new palace.

Posted by Georgie Hunter R(S) 58089, Maui Real Estate sales and lifestyle info (Hawai'i Life Real Estate Brokers) almost 11 years ago

It varies. I probe for what is needed or wanted. I have yet to give a bottle of wine or champagne. I like to offer more useful, memorable gifts.

Posted by LS Rogers Realty (LS Rogers Realty) almost 11 years ago

We found a place that you purchas an amount...say $200.  You give them a catalog that is beautifully wrapped and they have gifts to pick that they can buy in the category.  Anything from nice lawn chairs to bikes.  Everyone seems to love it!  www.tracysoussi.com

Posted by Tracy Soussi, NC & SC Broker - Large Bank Foreclosures almost 11 years ago

We found a place that you purchas an amount...say $200.  You give them a catalog that is beautifully wrapped and they have gifts to pick that they can buy in the category.  Anything from nice lawn chairs to bikes.  Everyone seems to love it!  www.tracysoussi.com

Posted by Tracy Soussi, NC & SC Broker - Large Bank Foreclosures almost 11 years ago

Trunda - right, so soon they forget, after the hangover... haha

Tracy - that's cool, thaks for that suggestion... maybe I could make my own catalog of gifts for them to choose from.

Posted by Georgie Hunter R(S) 58089, Maui Real Estate sales and lifestyle info (Hawai'i Life Real Estate Brokers) almost 11 years ago

I usally give a gift certificate for Lowe's or Home Depot if a new home purchase.

Sometimes I give a gift Certificate for favorite restaurant, ot a bottle of wine and a meal prepared by a chef in their home.

Posted by Scott Blanchard (Mortgage Force ) almost 11 years ago

Super ideas everyone. I have lots of fun tailoring a gift for each specific client. A favorite for first-time buyers is to send in a handyman for a day of work, usually about a month after they move in. New homeowners learn how to caulk and do simple repairs, and most importantly, it makes them feel cared for, even after the transaction is over. (It's good PR, too; they tell their friends.) Sellers often appreciate a framed photo of their house; sometimes I use an over-size matte and have neighbors sign it, wishing them well, etc.

Posted by Lottie Kendall, Helping make your real estate dreams a reality (Compass) almost 11 years ago

Scott - that would be unique - the chef prepared meal... especially if they are new to the area, and don't have a lot of kitchen stuff yet.

Lottie - I love your handyman idea.... with them learning a few things at the same time.

Posted by Georgie Hunter R(S) 58089, Maui Real Estate sales and lifestyle info (Hawai'i Life Real Estate Brokers) almost 11 years ago

I think the gifts depend upon the client, is it their first home, did they move from out of town, is it a new home, all these situations demand different gifts.

Have A Great Day

Posted by Doris Freeman, Broker/Agent, Realtor, Madison-Gibson-Crockett (RE/MAX REALTY SOURCE) almost 11 years ago

Erica, I personally don't want to be thought of in the same way as an attorney! (Sorry if there are any attorneys out there that I might offend!) My experiences with attorneys has never been for something "GOOD" and I want my clients to remember me in a FAVORABLE way and as someone they would refer friends to and not hesitate to give me a call with questions. My services are paid services, yes, but kindness for being chosen is NEVER a bad thing. Whatever happened to the good 'ole Golden Rule?

I began my career over 11 years ago with Realty Executives and THAT'S where I learned the importance of giving back to my clients. My broker insisted on it. She is still going strong at almost 80+ and is a very prominent Broker in the Sugar Land area just southwest of Houston.

Kindness never really goes unrewarded. Just something for you to ponder on.

Posted by Kathy Fisher, Realtor Wise County Texas (Parker Properties) almost 11 years ago

I do gift cards to restaurants, home improvement stores, Bed & Bath, etc. 

Posted by David Slavin, CDPE, ABR, SRES Keller Williams Premier (Keller Williams Premier) almost 11 years ago

I usually start with a quart of our homemade maple syrup in a breakfast basket, and depending on the clues I have from working with the client, I add additional items like:

pre-cooked bacon, fruit, jam or jelly, pancake or waffle mix, griddle, waffle iron, coffemaker, breakfast dish set, Greenridge mugs, starbucks or other specialty coffee, tea, etc.

Depends on the sale & the client.  Some require sugar-free store-bought syrup, so I try to pay attention.  I usually put something in that is a lasting gift that will remind them of me for a while!

Posted by Lynn Afton, REALTOR® Near Big Rapids, MI, Mecosta County (Greenridge Realty Oakmont) almost 11 years ago

Well, I'm sort of in agreement with Erica about "gifts".  I think the idea is old and can be thought of as phony.  I've been a broker for 33 years and I've given just about every gift imaginable but that gift isn't what makes them remember you...it's the followup and continued "friendship" and staying in contact that does.  I used to peg 20% of my commission for a gift to be super impressive just to find they forget my name 5 years later when they sell. 

I started "doing things" that seem to make a major impression like when they started painting, I was there with a paint brush in hand to the end.  Usually I always unloaded my lawnmower on the day of closing and was out there cutting the grass or helping make minor repairs inside.

But I found that creating a friend turned into a client and remaining a friend,...kept them a client.  I have nothing against the gifts and I think it's a nice thing, it's just I believe most agents think more of it than the client does.  As they say..."the magic is in Giving".

Posted by David W. Bolick (Network Real Estate, Inc.) almost 11 years ago

Erica - when you go to a friend's housewarming party, do you take a gift? 

Doris - you're right, each one needs thought to make the right present for the ocassion

Kathy - thanks for seeing things my way

David S - thanks for commenting

Lynn - glad to see you're paying attention to your clients needs

David B - you're right about keeping in touch - that is very important

Posted by Georgie Hunter R(S) 58089, Maui Real Estate sales and lifestyle info (Hawai'i Life Real Estate Brokers) almost 11 years ago

I have never quite found the right gift...I gave a bottle of wine to a client only to find out (after four months working together) that he had been sober for 6 months. Go figure!

We have not tracked a single referral in five years to a closing gift...and we track pretty much everything! We re-focused our efforts on monthly "added value" follow up and our referrals doubled that year.

If someone has a strong closing gift suggestion with proven track record for referrals, I'm all ears!

 

Posted by Kim Cameron, CRS, Broker Salesperson, CRS (Better Homes & Gardens Preferred Properties) almost 11 years ago

Erica...although we're in the minority here...I still agree with you.

Posted by David W. Bolick (Network Real Estate, Inc.) almost 11 years ago

This thread reminds me of something my EX husband once said to me:

"Do you mean to tell me that you give gifts to people without expecting anything in return?!"

Maybe that's why I think it works so well. 

I think we can all agree that we don't all agree.  What works for some does not work for others - in all aspects of real estate.

Posted by Lynn Afton, REALTOR® Near Big Rapids, MI, Mecosta County (Greenridge Realty Oakmont) almost 11 years ago

Kimberly - oops - at least they can regift the bottle to someone else.  I'm getting the message that the gift is less important than the contant contact.

Erica - thanks for your valuable input - it's nice to hear both sides of the "debate".  And I agree that the gift totally depends on the client, what's appropriate for one doesn't always fly with the next.  I think it's important to put some thought into it, and have a meaningful gift, or what's the point?

David - I get it too, but old habits die hard.

Lynn - maybe the gift giving makes us feel better, and therefore we still do it

 

 

Posted by Georgie Hunter R(S) 58089, Maui Real Estate sales and lifestyle info (Hawai'i Life Real Estate Brokers) almost 11 years ago

For my first time home buyers, gift cards to Lowes or Home Depot. For my new home buyers, I buy the thick beautiful towels that match the master bath, and usually include my favorite bars of soy soap.  I have sometimes included towels for the kids if they have their own bathroom too.  Towels are generally something we hate buying for ourselves, and with all the other expenses they go through, it is the last thing they generally want to spend money on.  I have clients tell me they are still using the towels years later!  And some have contacted me wanting to know where they can order that soap!  

Posted by Sherry Scales, Realtor, for Austin, TX and surrounding areas (Austin Texas Homes, LLC) almost 11 years ago

Erica - next time I buy them a barbecue grill, I'll have it etched with my name and number... haha

Sherry - nice touch with the towels and soap.

Thanks everyone for your great suggestions.

Posted by Georgie Hunter R(S) 58089, Maui Real Estate sales and lifestyle info (Hawai'i Life Real Estate Brokers) almost 11 years ago

Thanks everyone for sharing your wonderful ideas! I won't have any problem what to give to clients!

Posted by Jeanice Tirona Santiago (Prudential Locations Maui) almost 10 years ago

Jeanice - thanks for finding this oldie but goodie!

Posted by Georgie Hunter R(S) 58089, Maui Real Estate sales and lifestyle info (Hawai'i Life Real Estate Brokers) almost 10 years ago

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