Monday, September 10, 2007

One Voice

Over the years I’ve been a Realtor, I’ve had a first-hand experience on what happens when two or more family members openly disagree on their next move. Not only do opportunities disappear, it makes the situation uncomfortable for all.

One Family = One Voice

It’s important that all decision makers know their objective and work-out their differences. As a home-buyer or seller, you should first trust your Realtor first-and-foremost. Relying on friends and the media for advice will make your Realtor question your integrity, honesty, and trust. If there is no trust, there is not foundation.

Just like you would trust your Doctor, Attorney or Accountant, you should have the same trust with your Realtor. In any given year, a Realtor will communicate with hundreds if not thousands of prospective home-buyers and sellers. If you want to demonstrate to your San Fernando Valley Realtor that you are serious about your next move, be sure to demonstrate loyalty, trust and commitment to having a "One Voice." You’ll be surprised how much harder your Realtor will work for you.

Written by: Richard Johnston, RE/MAX OTB Estates

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