I have not kept up with my posts and I am sorry. Over the last few years, I have been exploring the various methods of advertising my business, coupled with what I actually enjoy doing. I have gone back to the “basics” of what I enjoy: sharing some of my daily, and exceptional, experiences in real estate. This way, we can navigate the waters of a real estate transaction, being as informed as possible, together.
Back in 2005 when I purchased my first home, I had no idea what I was really doing. I looked at one house and bought it. All I thought I needed to know was where to show up and how much money I needed to bring to the closing. 🙂 My agent at the time did not inform me that perhaps we should look at a few more homes, or that, even though it was a new home, I should seriously consider a home inspection.
I also didn’t think that anything could postpone the closing, so I had no problems with scheduling the curb-side delivery of a refrigerator to my new house the afternoon of the closing day. Looking back, I know that I was extremely fortunate in how things worked out! Perhaps it was my military mindset at the time, but I had made my plans and everything worked as it was supposed to.
This perfect execution is not always the case, no matter how hard everyone who is involved in the transaction works. Things can happen that could postpone the closing, or, in rare cases, completely make a deal fall apart at the last minute. I hope that you find the information in this blog to be useful to you (or to a friend) in your next real estate sale or purchase. Come back for content often, or just subscribe!