There was a post written by Gordon Crawford about feedback
Here was my response...
" It's not the showing agent's responsibility to provide and help set the listed price. I do think it is common courtesy to acknowledge you were in the property and if there were any real concerns...like... the doors were left unlocked when you arrived or there was a leak and the basement has water or the dog attacked the buyer."
And I thought of a few more that I might use...
-Thank you for allowing us to show this property. It is not the right home for this buyer but I will keep it in mind for the future."
-"This home was just about perfect but was too long a commute from the buyer's job."
- Thanks for allowing me to show your very special property but without Internet service, this will not work for this buyer."
-Thanks for making the showing so easy, buyers are thinking about this home but with their small children, they have a concern about the backyard access to the busy street.
-This home needs more work than this buyer is willing to do. I appreciate you allowing me to show on such short notice.
These responses allow the listing agent to know you kept the appointment and whether your buyer has any interest.
Check out this post about professional feedback.
Here is my all time favorite feedback
'We've just emailed you a contract offer and I look forward to working with you.'
But I do enjoy this kind of professional and personal feedback.
How do you give feedback?