Typical: Common; conforming to a type.
Are you typical? Neither am I. Trade up for a new experience in Home Buying. Life is not a journey or a destination. Life is an Adventure! Meeting new people to help them find a home is the best part of being a Realtor. Sure, there are times that this career is not fun, and in fact, it can be extremely challenging at times. Overall, however, what could be more exciting than helping people move in to a house to make it their home.
I realize that most people have a “love/hate” attitude toward Realtors. Believe me, I do too! There are generally two extremes of Realtors; those that answer their phones and provide fabulous service and those that do not. (I’m the former, not the later) There are a few attributes that you should know about before you hire me as your Realtor. I’m honest and candid. I take pride in being approachable and friendly. And if you need a quick real estate brain, or a strong dose of honesty, you are in the right place. Loyalty to family, clients, and friends is one of my core values. I have been known as someone that finds fun in almost any situation. If you don’t think buying a home can be fun, you really have to give me a call.
Am I the Realtor for You? Do I have the experience you need? Until you tell me what you need, there is no way of knowing. Give me a call or send me a text and we will find out. I have a bird dog mentality when someone tells me exactly what to look for.
On a personal level, I’m a pretty good cook and an excellent baker. My dad was an auctioneer and I inherited his gift of gab. I’ve been known to tell a story or two and I’ve never met a stranger. Strangers are just friends I haven’t met yet. On a professional level, skill-sets that I’ve developed over the last 50+ years include: listening, analyzing, and the almost lost art of “thinking”. Most people talk about thinking outside the box. I’m not sure what box they are talking about or where that box is. Give me an idea of your dream home and the creative side of my brain starts to whirl. Home buying also involves numbers, money, etc. As surprising as this may be ( believe me, it sometimes surprises me too) I worked in bookkeeping and tax preparation for 25 years before becoming a Realtor. That left side of my brain kicks in just when you need it; and you know your accountant would never advise you to “buy more than you can afford”.
As you can tell, I bring versatility and task accomplishment to the home buying and selling process. I have a gregarious personality and thrive on accomplishing various tasks with creativity and logic. Sincerity . . . Flare . . . What you see is what you get. I play well with others, but sometimes I run with scissors.