31 May Real Estate Relationships That Last a Lifetime
Hiring a real estate agent isn’t just a one-time thing. At least, it doesn’t have to be. I have had the pleasure of helping many of my clients move from one home to another several times. I thoroughly enjoy being part of these important and exciting life changes.I pride myself in being a trusted source of real estate knowledge, and I always make an effort to stay in touch with the people I have worked with in the past.
During an uncertain economic period, it’s not uncommon to have plenty of questions. Is this a good time to list your home? If you are thinking of upsizing, what kind of opportunities are out there? Should you make a move now or wait until the fall? Honestly, there is no definitive answer. Determining the best real estate strategy depends on where you are now and where you want to be in the future.
Buying or selling a home goes beyond the basic business deal. Oftentimes, there are hard decisions to be made and plenty of emotions at play. We associate our homes with some of our best memories and letting go isn’t always easy. On the flip side, buying a new place can be stressful at first, but there is nothing like the exhilaration of closing day when the buyers finally receive their new house keys.
A successful transaction requires the assistance of a variety of professionals. That’s where my network comes in as it is a tremendous asset for my clients. Need a real estate lawyer or a mortgage professional who specializes in self-employed borrowers? Looking for a home stager or a cleaning company to turn your home into a showstopper? Chances are, help is only a phone call away.
Great relationships are the cornerstone of long-term success in any industry. If I had the opportunity to work with you in the past, I look forward to connecting with you again for all of your real estate needs. As always, I greatly appreciate your referrals. I look forward to assisting your family and friends with nothing but the best service.