What is your definition of success? How does one quantify success in their life? For some it is money. For others it is possessions. For me, it is my friends and family. I love meeting new people. I love learning their stories. I just love people. Because of this, a real estate career was right up my alley. I get to journey with people, get to know them and to make their goals my own. I am a firm believer that no one cares how much you know, until they know how much you care. Although I am quite proud of my expertise in the field of real estate and the successes I have experienced, I am most proud of those that I now count friends and clients. We are all involved in customer service to some degree when we really think about it. I would encourage anyone to make their client’s goals their own, to invest themselves personally despite the popular notion that this is not wise, and success will come.
The beauty of that success is that it is so organic, and with the added value of someone you can now call a comrade. When trusted with the task of buying and/or selling someone’s home, I have been given the privilege of helping them with what very well may be their most valuable asset or perhaps the most important purchase they will ever make. It is not something I take lightly, and I devote myself fully to it. I am always striving to master my understanding of the industry whether it be learning industry best practices, laws, rules and regulations, techniques and whatever it takes to be the best agent I can possibly be. I am an agent that believes in lifelong learning as well as constant and consistent self-improvement.
However, I am all too aware that this is not what has brought me success, nor is it what I love so much about what I do. It really is the people. Making lifelong friends, learning lessons that my beloved clients teach me and in turn learning about myself. If I can be of service to you, please call or email me. I would count it an honor to know how I can help you accomplish your goal. Find out what personal service from a trusted friend looks like. Coffee is on me!