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After five years in real estate I have come to the conclusion that the most commonly used phrase is, “the struggle is real.” I have also come to the conclusion that the struggle is indeed real despite the fact I hate saying that.
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Day 85 without sex or a sale... it’s not my fault. The market conditions are difficult right now. There’s too much competition. People are on vacation.
Real estate puts a constant pit in your stomach that refuses to go away until the person that needs to get back to you finally does.
There’s nothing worse than when your client is waiting on you to update them on something that escrow is waiting on from the lender who is actually waiting on something from the buyer who thinks they are waiting on you.
Every time I hit a bump in the road I hear my open house signs rattle in my trunk. It’s a constant reminder of the hell I will be going through every Sunday.
The best thing about having a difficult client is it gives you extra motivation to get the deal done.
Imagine if your clients could see everything you Googled during their transaction.
To all the Dads our there sitting open houses instead of watching the US Open. You the real MVP.
My show on HGTV would be like:
Billy is a 23 year-old DJ looking for a 3 month lease with no credit score.
Gary just broke up with his girlfriend and needs a place to crash for two weeks.
Dave might buy a condo in 8 months if he makes it big on Bitcoin.