On our Natomas listing, the Realtor takes keys after showing a listing. Can you believe it? Our lockboxes register the time and the buyer’s agent’s contact information. An agent called me 15 minutes after that last Realtor showed it. She said the lockbox was open and no key was in it.
We immediately looked online found the previous agent who showed it and she had taken the key. I called and asked her to please bring it back asap as an agent was at the property waiting to show it and could not get in. Her excuse was that the buyer had handed her all of her keys and she must have gotten them confused. This is why we have vendor boxes on the property as a back up for an extra key.
A Realtor’s annual physical is always interesting. To learn all the things about your health is always interesting. You learn so much about how to improve all of your scores on the health profile.
What is important is that you have a physical and compare how other people you know with health issues are trying to improve their health.
If you are a Realtor and want to sell real estate for a very long time, a good idea is to complete a Realtor’s annual physical.
Another team sale closed escrow just before July 31rst was music to our ears. July has turned out to be a busy month in Sacramento Real Estate. The Weintraub and Wallace Team had several closed escrows this month. Everyone on the team closed escrows. July tends to be a bit quieter as vacations, and many schools are out for summer break. People are enjoying a bit slower pace and the market can cool a bit. Now, of course, our clients are not missing a beat. Our team is not on vacation we are always working.
Real Estate boarded up and for sale can happen anywhere. I was looking at two new listings today in the Oak Park area. There are several nice streets that have updated homes. I saw people walking dogs and taking strolls about the neighborhood. Many people enjoy living in Oak Park. This is clearly a neighborhood that has grown in popularity over the years.
Some investors have bought properties in the area as rentals. There is such a shortage of good rentals and the need for more affordable housing is a factor in many cities. Like many big cities, in Sacramento and across the US, there are some open lots where people are camped out.
Is your Sacramento Realtor like a SMART TV? Well, a smart tv knows its job. You can ask it to respond to your requests. It will learn the things you like and suggest other items of interest. You can rely on your smart TV to offer you endless smart options when you ask questions. If you ask your TV to recommend comedy movies, up comes a list. Ask it to save you time by recording programs you enjoy and immediately your request is granted.
Does your Realtor know her job? Can she respond to your requests with competency? Does she learn the things you like in a home and does she suggest other qualities in a home that you might like? Can you ask your Realtor endless questions and she provides you smart answers? These very basic and necessary abilities are what’s expected of a smart TV, a robot and indeed of your Sacramento Realtor.