Before you hit the streets, do your research to figure out what your best door-knocking approach will be. Here are some things to research about the neighborhood where you're planning to knock on doors around a property you're selling:
Unless you're knocking on doors at 8:30 a.m. (not recommended) or at dinnertime (also not recommended), you will probably encounter a lot of doors without anyone home behind them. That's okay -- because you can use their absence as an opportunity to share some information with them.
When you head out for door-knocking, come prepared with fliers, business cards, postcards, doorknob hangers, or small gifts or treats to give leave at people's doors so they can contact you if they want to refer someone or do business with you.
If the neighborhood has a local coffee shop, bakery, or florist nearby, bring some gifts with you as you knock on doors. If someone answers the door, you can explain that you're a real estate agent knocking doors in the neighborhood to tell people about a property you're selling, and offer them a doughnut or potted plant if they let you chat for a moment about the listing.
It's important not to take rudeness or abruptness personally -- it's just human instinct and safety. But if people do answer the door and listening to your pitch, make sure the conversation is lighthearted, short, and sweet. You can always give them your card or a flier of the listing that they can read on their own time -- don't overstay your welcome on somebody's doorstep so they remember the interaction as a positive one.
This script is a good one to use if you've done your research about the neighborhood and think there's a possibility the doors you're knocking on could be thinking about selling. Once again, make sure to ask for permission before launching into your spiel.
"Thanks for giving me a second of your time! What's your name? [Shake hands.] Like I mentioned, I'm helping the owners of [ADDRESS] sell their home, they're downsizing now that their kids have moved out to go to college. Judging from the [SNOWMAN/BIKE/JUNGLE GYM] in the front yard, it looks like you might have some young kids at home, and since this [SCHOOL DISTRICT/NEIGHBORHOOD] is so great, I'm knocking on doors to ask around if you might know any friends or relatives looking to buy. If you know anyone looking to buy, the sellers would certainly appreciate being connected with a good family, and you could choose your neighbors. Want me to leave a few postcards with open house details that you can share?"
One thing many agents forget when out door knocking is to track their progress. How many doors did you knock? How many doors got slammed in your face? Which doors should you absolutely avoid next time? Which seemed kind of promising? Who seems like a decent candidate for a direct mail campaign?
The previous scripts work fine for some cases, but most of the time you probably wouldn't want doors to be stuck in an open state. Fortunately we can improve these scripts and allow the door to be toggled between an opened and closed state.
Scripting objects like doors is a great way to learn more about the RPG in a Box scripting language. There are often multiple methods to accomplish the same functionality and there isn't necessarily a right or wrong approach. As with many other concepts, the best way to learn is to experiment with different setups and determine what works best for you and the particular game that you're creating. Have fun!
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The script will move Dynamic Lighting lines used as doors to the map layer and make them transparent, opening the door. It determines what is a door and a wall based on the stroke color of the polygon and will only open doors within 1 square (default 70px) of the door knocker token.
llandale - Tue Feb 24 15:14:51 EST 2009 The idea is to put the DXLs on a single spot on some servers and instruct the DOORS clients to check that out when building menues, it does NOT copy DXL to the local client. I do recall in the old forums someone coming up with a method where each DXL first checked the server and copied new DXL to the local client. Don't see the point of that unless the server is 'far away' and module init times are slow building the menues. IT departments all over are restricting install rights to the clients; thus folks more and more lack edit rights to the HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE area of the Registry. They can, however, edit the HKEY_CURRENT_USER area to do the same thing, but it applies only to them not to all users of the machine. That is, edit: HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Telelogic\DOORS\8.3\Config, values 'addins' and 'projectaddins'. Never actually used it but DOORS gives a configuration utility to do this via dialog box. You can do basically the same thing using DOORS icon command line switches, e.g. "c:\Program Files\Telelogic\DOORS_8.3\bin\doors.exe" -a "\\MyServer\MyDxl\Addins" -J \\MyServer\MyDxl\ProjectAddins" thus not modifying the registry at all. > Louie
SystemAdmin - Tue Feb 24 17:57:36 EST 2009 Andy, Louie, Thanks for the great instructions. Using the startup shortcut to redirect to a shared addins folder sounds like the best practice. I have two questions about the potential risks involved. 1) I tried redirecting my local addins directory to another location as a test. I'm using DOORS 22.214.171.124 by the way. When I started the DOORS client, I got a strange message asking me to locate the doors installer MSI. Any idea why that happened? 2) The addins directory is part of the larger DXL library. When you redirect just the addins sub-folder, is there a risk of breaking existing DOORS integrations? For example, would the DOORS-Change or DOORS-Team Foundation Server integration be affected? Would any of the standard integrations store files in the addins sub-folder? If so, this could make things confusing, especially if only some of the DOORS clients are using a particular integration.
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