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Divorce Scripts

Script 1
[Scene: A real estate agent’s office. The agent, Emily, sits at her desk, reviewing
documents. The door opens, and a divorced homeowner, Alex, enters.]

Emily: [Smiling warmly] Hello, Alex! Welcome, please have a seat. How can I assist you

Alex: Hi, Emily. Thanks for seeing me on short notice. I’ve recently gone through a
divorce, and I need to figure out what to do with our family home.

Emily: I understand, Alex. Divorce can bring a lot of changes, especially when it comes
to housing. Let’s start by discussing your situation and what you’re looking to achieve.

Alex: Well, my ex and I both agree that it’s time to sell the house. We want to move on
and start fresh. But I’m not entirely sure where to begin.

Emily: That’s completely understandable. Selling a home can be a complex process,
especially during emotionally challenging times. I’m here to guide you through every
step of the way. First, we’ll start with a market analysis to determine the current value of
your home.

Alex: Sounds good. I just hope we can get a fair price for it.

Emily: Absolutely, Alex. I have extensive experience in the local market, and I’ll work
tirelessly to ensure you receive the best possible offer. Once we’ve determined the
market value, we can discuss strategies for pricing and marketing your home effectively.

Alex: What about any necessary repairs or staging?

Emily: Great question. Depending on the condition of your home, we may recommend
making some repairs or updates to increase its appeal to potential buyers. Additionally,
staging can help showcase the property’s potential and attract more offers. I can
connect you with trusted contractors and staging professionals to assist with these

Alex: That’s a relief. I wouldn’t know where to start with all of that.

Emily: Don’t worry, Alex. That’s what I’m here for. I’ll handle all the details so you can
focus on moving forward with your life. Once we’ve prepared your home for sale, we’ll
list it on the market and start scheduling viewings for interested buyers.

Alex: What happens if we receive multiple offers?
Emily: If we receive multiple offers, I’ll guide you through the negotiation process to
ensure you get the best possible outcome. I’ll present each offer to you in detail and
provide my expert advice on which one aligns best with your goals.

Alex: That sounds reassuring. I’m glad I decided to seek professional help with this.

Emily: I’m here to support you every step of the way, Alex. Selling a home can be
overwhelming, but with the right guidance, it can also be a smooth and successful
process. If you have any questions or concerns at any point, don’t hesitate to reach out
to me.

Alex: Thank you, Emily. I already feel much better about the whole situation.

Emily: You’re very welcome, Alex. It’s my pleasure to assist you. Now, let’s get started on
selling your home and helping you move forward with confidence.

[They both smile as Emily begins to gather the necessary paperwork, signaling the
beginning of their partnership in selling Alex’s home.]


Script 2

[Agent]: Good morning/afternoon, [Homeowner’s Name]. This is [Your Name] from [Your
Real Estate Agency]. I hope you’re doing well today.

[Homeowner]: Hello, yes, I’m doing alright.

[Agent]: I’m reaching out to you because I understand that you’ve recently been through
some changes in your life, particularly with your home situation. I want you to know that
I’m here to assist you during this transition period.

[Homeowner]: Thank you, I appreciate that.

[Agent]: I can only imagine that dealing with the sale of your home after a divorce can be
emotionally challenging. Please know that my goal is to make this process as smooth
and stress-free as possible for you. I specialize in helping individuals navigate these
kinds of circumstances and finding the best solutions tailored to their needs.

[Homeowner]: That sounds reassuring. I really want to make sure I handle this well.

[Agent]: Absolutely, and you’re not alone in this. I’ll be here to guide you every step of the
way. Whether you’re looking to sell your home quickly or need assistance in finding a
new place to call home, I have the expertise to help you achieve your goals.

[Homeowner]: That’s great to hear. I do have some concerns about the process though.

[Agent]: It’s completely normal to have concerns, especially during such a significant life
change. I’m here to address any questions or worries you may have. Let’s take some
time to discuss your specific situation, your priorities, and what you’re hoping to achieve
with the sale of your home. Once I have a clear understanding of your needs, I can
provide you with a customized plan and timeline that works for you.

[Homeowner]: Thank you, that would be very helpful.

[Agent]: Of course. Remember, you’re not just a client to me – I genuinely care about
helping you through this transition and ensuring you make informed decisions every
step of the way. Together, we’ll navigate through this process and find the best possible
outcome for you.

[Homeowner]: I really appreciate your support and understanding.

[Agent]: It’s my pleasure. Why don’t we schedule a time to meet in person? That way, we
can discuss your situation further and start working on a plan that meets your needs.
How does that sound?

[Homeowner]: That sounds like a good idea. Let’s do that.

[Agent]: Wonderful. I’ll make sure to find a time that works for both of us. In the
meantime, if you have any questions or concerns, please don’t hesitate to reach out to
me. I’m here to help.

[Homeowner]: Thank you, [Your Name]. I’m looking forward to working with you.

[Agent]: Likewise, [Homeowner]. Take care, and we’ll be in touch soon.


Script 3

JEN: Hi, Mark! I hope I’m not interrupting anything.

MARK: Not at all, Jen. Come on in.
[They exchange pleasantries and Jen settles into a chair across from Mark.]

JEN: So, Mark, I understand you’re looking to make a fresh start after your divorce. It’s a
big step, but I’m here to help you find the perfect place to begin your new chapter.

MARK: Yeah, it’s been a rough road, but I’m ready for a change. I need something
different, you know?

JEN: Absolutely. And I’m here to make sure we find exactly what you need. Let’s start by
talking about what you’re looking for in a new home.

MARK: Well, I definitely want something smaller than this house. Something
low-maintenance, maybe a condo or a townhouse. And I’d like to stay in the same
neighborhood if possible. I’ve got a lot of memories here.

JEN: That makes sense. Staying in familiar surroundings can provide a sense of
comfort during times of transition. And downsizing to a condo or townhouse will give
you the freedom to focus on yourself without the burden of home maintenance.

MARK: Exactly. I just want something that feels like home but without all the extra space
to remind me of what’s changed.

JEN: I completely understand. Let’s take a look at some listings I’ve prepared for you.
I’ve made sure to include properties that match your criteria and are located within your
desired neighborhood.

[They review the listings together, discussing the features and amenities of each
property. Mark expresses interest in a few options, and Jen takes note of his

JEN: These properties all seem like great options for your fresh start. How about we
schedule some viewings for later this week?

MARK: That sounds perfect. I really appreciate all your help, Jen. I wasn’t sure where to
start, but you’ve made this process a lot easier for me.

JEN: It’s my pleasure, Mark. Remember, I’m here to guide you every step of the way.
Finding the right home is just the beginning of your new journey, and I’ll be here to
support you through it all.
[They shake hands, and Jen gathers her materials to leave.]

MARK: Thanks again, Jen. I’m feeling hopeful about this next chapter.

JEN: You’re welcome, Mark. And remember, no matter what challenges come your way,
you’re not alone. Your new beginning starts now.

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