The Best Time to Talk with Realtor
Every day, every week I’m talking to people who are in different phases throughout the real estate process. Some of them are in the very beginning, so much so that it’s the first time they’re dealing with or looking at anything real estate-related. Basically, they don’t have an idea where to start. They don’t know what they want to achieve. They don’t know really where they want to be, how they want to get there. And they don’t even know when they want that to take place. Other times I talk to individuals who know exactly where they want to be. Some approach me, they know their timeline and know the property and they know that they are ready to move in. But for me, looking at the real estate process, I like to be a part of as much of the process as you would allow me to be a part of.
I would like to share a recent experience of mine. I have a client, they are buyer, they know how the whole process would look like but don’t know where to begin. They don’t have a price, They didn’t really have much from a house standpoint that they wanted to get into. I enjoy that kind of conversation for it was fun for me to be able to have that conversation and set them up. And to be their resource person. Helping them to get what will be their goal and how to be able to achieve it.
Often people feel that they can’t ask for guidance or advice at the beginning of the stage because they don’t know exactly what they’re after. And I’m here to say now, reach out. I love providing value and be with you from the start to the end process. Ask. Start the conversation. Create the relationship if you haven’t already. And that way, your real estate professional can be aligned with your goals from the very moment that you’re starting. It’s not an obligation. It’s not a commitment.
It’s an introductory phase. Right? You could maybe look at it from a dating standpoint. You’re just getting to meet someone. You’re getting to maybe see their social profile and figure out if it’s going to fit in and it’s going to work. And if it’s something that they’re going to be able to help you through from that start to finish. I have right now people I’m having conversations with that don’t plan on making a real estate decision for the next three to five years. But I’ve already started the conversation, really getting them aligned, figuring out where we want to go, and knowing this is a hard time frame? Are we waiting for a market to do something specific or are we looking for a perfect property? Are we looking for a perfect area? Do we really not know yet? And we just want to keep in communication. So that way, there’s something there that they can play off as that time goes on.
It doesn’t matter if you’re looking to do that in many years, in many months, or you’re looking to do it today. We can help. And so that would be my call for you, is that if you’re in a position where you have questions that regard real estate and you don’t know who
to turn to turn to me, ask the questions. It’s not a commitment. It’s not an obligation. It’s just a conversation to get you pointed in the right direction to ensure that you can achieve your goals through homeownership or through selling your property.