So you think your neighbors are crazy
Here’s a strange story about the human side of the real estate business.
Not long ago, I met my clients at a new listing and let them park in the driveway.
I parked on the street in front of the neighbor’s house.
And I am so glad that I did.
After we finished touring the home, I walked my clients back to their car and then headed to mine.
The neighbor spied me from her window and made a beeline straight out the door.
Seeing the furious look on her face, I waited on her with a big smile.
She started out like lighting and thunder.
In less than a minute, the lady calmed down and walked back in her house.
I thought it was best to let my clients know that everything was ok and she was mad I parked in front of her home. [Although I was in a legal spot]
Over the years, I’ve learned how to spot and disarm enraged people. It part of the territory with bank-owned homes.
I see at it as a gift that I get to share with my clients.
To keep them safe while we are out visiting properties and to prevent future problems.
And it’s one of the reasons why I suggest that you meet the neighbors.
If this is helpful to you, then we should talk.
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