homes in del paso manor
Who knew we would be selling a home to the neighbor next door? Certainly, the seller didn’t know. In fact, I asked him after the neighbor approached my team member during an open house and expressed an interest in the home. I wondered why, in all the years that he lived there, did he never discuss selling a home to the neighbor next door with his good friend who lived next door? At some point, don’t you say, yes, I ‘m going to sell my home soon to your neighbor?
Of course, would the neighbor have paid his asking price if the seller didn’t have an aggressive listing agent? Probably not. Neighbors always seem to want to get a break, simply because they are friends or live next door. This particular neighbor was both. And who is to say the neighbor knew anything about buying a home in Del Paso Manor because I don’t think she did.
The seller of this Del Paso Manor home has lived there for 22 years. This is a 1950 Lusk home, and you can see the small detailing that builders no longer do. Things like an angled corner in the hallway to make it easier to navigate mattresses around the corner, and slightly angled walls near the entrances to the bedrooms.
There is great pride of ownership evident. This is not a flipper. When a person loves his Del Paso Manor home, it shows. Sellers like this tend to take impeccable care and stick to maintenance schedules like clockwork.