There are many qualities and skills that go into being an excellent real estate professional – integrity, in-depth community and market knowledge, marketing savvy, effective negotiation skills and a high-quality professional network, all of which are hallmarks of how I work.
That said, in my experience as a San Antonio real estate professional, I’ve also found that providing the very best service is essentially about putting my clients first. This means keeping myself accessible, being a good listener as well as a good communicator, and responding quickly to your needs.
This “client first” philosophy has always been my approach and it requires me to continually improve my skills and ways of doing business. In addition, I’ve found that the latest technologies are enabling me to do everything I’ve always done, only much more quickly and efficiently. They’ve also helped me to extend the range of services I provide to my clients.
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realtor.com It isn’t owned by an A-lister, but that fact didn’t put a damper on the public’s interest in a massive, 61-acre estate in Byrdstown, TN. The $14.8 million lakefront spread racked up the most clicks this week and wound up as the week’s most popular home on realtor.com®. The gated mansion sits just two […] Continue reading →
Kevin Winter/Getty Images Singer, actress, and comedian Bette Midler is selling her divine triplex penthouse apartment on Manhattan’s Upper East Side. The $50 million asking price makes it the week’s most expensive new listing on realtor.com®. The entertainer and her husband, Martin von Haselberg, have decided to part with the property they purchased in 1996, […] Continue reading →
claffra/iStock President Donald Trump is pushing the U.S. Federal Reserve to drop interest rates down to nothing—or even go negative—ahead of the Fed’s meeting next week. That could have a big impact on the housing market, particularly for home buyers seeking cheap mortgages. “INTEREST COST COULD BE BROUGHT WAY DOWN,” Trump tweeted on Wednesday. “The […] Continue reading →
RiverNorthPhotography/iStock Mortgage rates rose on a weekly basis, even as President Trump called for the Federal Reserve to take its target interest rates negative. The 30-year fixed-rate mortgage averaged 3.56% during the week ending Sept. 12, rising 7 basis points from the previous week, Freddie Mac reported Thursday. The 15-year fixed-rate mortgage jumped 9 basis points […] Continue reading →
Matthew Huang/iStock; realtor.com The hottest real estate markets in America right now are smaller cities that most folks probably wouldn’t be able to find on a map. But what they lack in name recognition, they more than make up for in affordability as cheaper alternatives to larger, pricier cities. The Fort Wayne, IN, metropolitan area […] Continue reading →
JIM WATSON/AFP/Getty Images Senators discussing housing reform at Tuesday hearing had plenty of opinions but gave little sign that they’ll take action on one of the most pressing issues facing American households. The Senate Banking Committee heard testimony from the key architects of the Trump administration’s plan to reform the country’s housing finance system and end […] Continue reading →
Art Wager/iStock; Davel5957/iStock Bright, tropical flowers and cool breezes, miles of beckoning beaches and warm, Polynesian hospitality. These are just a few reasons why Hawaii was named the happiest state in the nation for the second year running, according to a recent report from WalletHub. They don’t call this place paradise for nothing—especially come January, […] Continue reading →
realtor.com Taking a weekend trip out to the country to gawk at autumn leaves—pumpkin spice lattes in hand—is a fine American tradition. We love autumn as much as anyone, but we distinctly do not love the hassle of packing up for a day of fall fun, only to be elbowed by crowds and stuck in […] Continue reading →
Briana Haas-Zak I can’t let go of my childhood home. That big, beautiful, brick house in Fremont, OH, has a hold on me much like the first boy I kissed. Even now, as a middle-aged adult living in New York City, I find myself pulled back to Wood Street even though the house was sold […] Continue reading →
Todd Meier for The Wall Street Journal Kelly Swift grew tired of the Los Angeles area a few years ago so she decided to leave—and take her job with her. Ms. Swift kept her role in health-care information-technology consulting, and her California salary, when she and her family settled in a suburb of Boise, Idaho. […] Continue reading →