Before texting, emailing and for that matter cell phones (yep, I’m old
enough to remember the time before cell phones) there was a real human- being answering your questions, and this “person” was glad to help you. They answered the phone and said “Good Morning,” not press #1, or 2, or 3, or please hang up & start again. There were face-to-face conversations where you didn’t need to figure out what lol, or brb, or what tmi meant in a text message.
The grocery store had “bag boys” who carried your bags to your car and said, “Have a great day!” & they actually meant it! (Jubilee Foods, in Chisholm, still does this & good for them).
Technology is a wonderful thing, but we must not forget that on the other end of that piece of technology is a “REAL PERSON” who requires some sort of assistance.
Selling a home is an emotional experience for the seller and buyer. It’s not just about making a financial gain. It’s the babies born, the memories made,
the kids hand prints and the pencil marks on the wall as they grow tall. It’s grandma’s cookies & grandpa telling you next year you can come shoot the big deer. It’s the best turkey ever, and all of us holding hands and saying grace. It’s decorating your bike with streamers for the 4th of July, scraped knees & kisses for boo boos. It’s birthdays and graduations, and yes, sadness too as one leaves home to really go “home”.
As professional Real Estate Brokers and Agents we must convey to a potential client that we know what it means to sell or purchase a home. Although a house “does not love you back” the people who pass through the threshold do.
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