Relationships, Relationships and more Relationships. That’s what the real estate business is really about. I know they teach “Location, Location, Location” in the real estate schools. But, my business is a people business and it always has been.
Realtors have lots of good stories about their business and the people they encounter. Sometimes stories are about home buyers or home sellers. Sometimes, they just about the real estate business or the current real estate market. Real estate agents can encounter the strangest situations.
Most folks may not be aware of the difference between Denver Realtors and Non-Realtors. Realtors take an extra step by joining the Realtor organizations on a local, state and national level to improve their expertise and service to consumers.
When a real estate agent first obtains her real estate license, she does not automatically become a Colorado Realtor. Instead, she may apply to become a Realtor after she is licensed. Some real estate agents become Colorado Realtors and some don’t. Difference Between a Real Estate Agent and a Realtor Licensed real estate agents may […]
My Daugher Dawn and I magically turn into Christmas Realtors every year. Actually, I have been a Realtor in the Denver metro area for over 40 years. During that time, I have developed some wonderful and rewarding relationships with my clients and customers. Many of them are now true friends. Dawn, my oldest daughter, has […]
I was talking to a client on the phone this morning about whether to rent or purchase a Denver home. He has been renting in the Denver area for about two years. We have been talking during those two years about renting or buying a Denver home. He and his wife are happy where they […]
Most transactions do not have real estate conflicts. Buyers and sellers do ask Realtors all kinds of questions in a typical real estate transaction about what to do, things to ask, how the process goes, what to expect on so on. But, usually nothing creates bitter feelings, suspicion and even conflicts over the transaction.
I guess it’s because I’m a Realtor but I’m often asked questions at social events. “ How is the Denver real estate market?” “How is listing inventory of homes for sale?” I have found the best way to answer the questions is to let a client answer those questions. You see, the market is what […]
Maybe it’s just the nature of a busy Denver real estate market. Or, maybe it’s that so many new, inexperienced agents are chasing the golden ring. Either way, in just the last few months, our clients have asked and persevered through each one of these questions. Some of these clients’ questions are humorous but some […]
When a first time Denver home buyer starts to search for their next home, they usually start online. There any would be home buyer can browse causally at “what’s out there” on the Denver real estate market. That’s a good place to start but any house hunter, first time Denver home buyer or not, must […]
As a new Denver Realtor helping first time home buyers, I knew they were getting more than just a secure place to live. They were getting more financial security in the long run. I just read two articles I thought every renter and first-time Denver home buyer should read. The first article Rent or Buy: […]