Over the summer, I’ve shown some cool retro-fabulous properties everywhere from Hurst in the mid-cities to Lake Highlands near White Rock Lake in Dallas. Some clients love to see original details like pink tile in the bathrooms or a charming original fireplace. Other clients just plan to completely update the property. Read more here, and have a great week!
Since I love cookies (especially at this festive time of year), I wanted to send my clients and referral partners some sweet treats to sincerely thank them for their trust. In short, I needed a “cookie-partner” for my biz.
I’m so thankful to have connected with Mary Holmen of It’s a Mary Cake! My clients raved about not only how BEAUTIFUL the treats were, but how AWESOME they tasted, too! Mission accomplished. 🙂
Wishing you all an amazing, prosperous new year!
Before I became a real estate agent, I had some ideas about what I thought they did. You know – drive people around, show a few houses, write a contract, attend a closing, etc. Well, I’m here to tell you that it’s MUCH more than that. For example, one key thing that I quickly learned is that the real estate business is as much about FINDING clients as it is DOING the business of real estate.
So, what am I doing at this moment? Boxing-up some keepsakes and personal items that one of my buyers found in the home while moving in. The seller had overlooked them when packing and moving, so I’m delivering them to the seller’s agent (who will in turn deliver them to the seller). I imagine that there’ll be a happy reunion when this box o’ stuff gets to the rightful owner.
I know it sounds cliche, but REAL service goes WAY beyond a simple transaction. As agents, we are in the business of helping people during one of the most stressful, emotional, and exciting times of their life. What an honor! My colleagues and I at JP and Associates are Exceeding Expectations every single day.
Thanks for reading!
John Brooks, Agent
Begin your home search here: http://john.jphomesforsale.com/
Howdy! According to this article by the Texas A&M Transportation Institute, there’s a concept called the Planning Time Index (PTI): “a measure of travel reliability, illustrates the amount of extra time needed to arrive on time for higher priority events, such as an airline departure, just-in-time shipments, medical appointments or especially important social commitments.”
Have you found yourself arriving at your destination 20 or 30 minutes ahead of schedule sometimes (because you planned ahead and allowed for major traffic delays which didn’t end up being as severe)? I sure have…
Interesting article – check it out and you’ll add new concepts and terminology to your conversations this week. 🙂 Drive safely out there! More people are moving to the Metroplex area every single day, so all of us are going to need just a little bit more patience and TIME to get where we are going!
Have a productive week!