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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CatLane/iStock It’s that time of year again, when families around the country put down their pumpkin spice lattes to deck their halls in Halloween decor that terrifies all who dare visit. For some, Halloween decorations are a serious undertaking that requires months, even an entire year, of shopping and planning, resulting in displays that leave […] Continue reading →
RudyBalasko/iStock As U.S. student-debt balances have soared in recent years, the ability of graduates to buy a home has dwindled. Today, some 42.8 million people owe around $1.5 trillion on their student loans, an amount that is nearly twice as large as the total value of the home available for sale across the country at […] Continue reading →
Kanok Sulaiman/Getty Images; John Lamparski/WireImage; More than 10 years after the housing crash that devastated the economy, people are still debating just what happened. A new book tries to make sense of it all, and whether we’re heading for another disaster. Although the economy and the housing market have made a comeback, homeownership remains low, […] Continue reading →
mikulas1/iStock DENVER—For Janessa White, the American dream of a red brick house on a tree-lined street blocks from a good elementary school remains obtainable. She just has to rent it. Ms. White and her boyfriend moved with her 7-year-old son from Missouri to Denver last year. In Missouri, Ms. White owned her home, which she […] Continue reading →
realtor.com The National Register of Historic Places has been around since 1966, when the National Historic Preservation Act was passed. The act established a process to identify buildings, homes, and landmarks of historical value. These places were then designated to be protected for future generations. Homes make up a large part of the register—but you […] Continue reading →
Liz Farmer Smithsburg, MD On a Saturday afternoon in late September, I observed my 6-year-old son repeatedly doing two things we’ve always told him not to do: run into the street and pick up candy off the ground. We were watching the annual tractor parade roll down Main Street here, inhaling the festive atmosphere along […] Continue reading →
iStock; realtor.com Italian Americans may not set off Guinness-fueled celebrations every St. Paddy’s Day like Irish Americans, or serve as an excuse for margarita madness on Cinco de Mayo like Mexican Americans. But with their heaping plates of spaghetti and meatballs, mobster flicks, and the unfortunate reality TV show “Jersey Shore,” Italian Americans are a […] Continue reading →
iStock; realtor.com These days, it seems like just about everyone is either getting into the real estate game or wistfully dreaming about it. The popularity of HGTV has made many folks believe they can pocket some serious cash renovating an old home and then reselling or renting it out for sweet, sweet profits. Easy! But […] Continue reading →
Steve Granitz/WireImage Now that Drew Scott, the co-host of “Property Brothers,” and his wife, Linda Phan, have settled into their newlywed home, they’ve revealed some interesting tidbits about their new life there. For instance? The doting couple painted their bedroom walls a very daring color: black. “A lot of people say you can’t do black […] Continue reading →
realtor.com A tiny house on wheels tucked among the trees off the banks of Tub Lake in Minnesota is the week’s most popular listing on realtor.com®—and it could be yours for less than $100,000. Chic, modern, and artfully laid out to make the most of the compact space, the tiny house sits on more than […] Continue reading →