Have you ever moved away from something because you thought it was obviously the next thing to do? You’re at this place, and you perceive “progress” as being somewhere else?
When I opened my own real estate office I reduced my work in the field with home buyers and sellers. Almost completely.
For the past five years, I’ve often felt like the proverbial square peg trying to find its way into a round hole.
Last week, I found myself with a buyer who needed help finding a home. Everyone else on the team was busy.
I laced up the real estate shoes and headed out (loafers are a smarter choice for showings).
Over the next two days, I had a wonderful time with an amazing family who came to Saskatoon for the very first time. Telling them about the city, the real estate market, neighbourhoods that would work for them, and finally, helping them buy a home that they’re pumped to move into soon.
Over the following week, it happened two more times.
Boom, boom, boom!
Great people, I mean seriously lovely people, experiencing the total thrill of buying a home, and me there with them, enjoying their experience.
The past week has been completely thrilling and I’ve decided that working with clients is my true jam.
Effective immediately, I’m back in the field.
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