Being a Part of Life Experiences

A couple who bought their second house with me in about 1990, sold another and bought their last house with me,  hired me to buy an investment property this summer. They referred their youngest daughter to me to buy her first condo. She was maybe 1 or 2 in 1990. Her siblings have each been clients…at least once. A guy I’ve known for many years asked me to sell his mother’s condo. She passed away recently. A few people bought their first homes this year. Others sold their family home and bought condos. Others bought what they say will be their last house. Some moved up. Some moved to other states. A divorced mother of 2 bought a condo she’s worked and saved for. She got what she wanted. She knew it would happen.

Life experiences become precious memories. I’m grateful to be part of so many. Real estate work is not computer science, or brain surgery.  But it’ something special.

Author: Tom Meyer, Owner-Broker, Essential Real Estate, LLC Madison, WI

The real estate transaction, disclosure, and confidentiality are the business of a Wisconsin licensee. It's in the transaction where the skill of the licensee, and their commitment to the law where the public is protected or placed at risk. What you see REALTORS do to brand themselves and their firms, promote their service, advertise, and process paper do not require a license. I believe negotiations to create and honor a real estate purchase agreement is where the agent has the greatest value in a transaction. Paying professional fee rates for the administrative services is a choice consumers deserve. Old business model driven commission rates are taxing the home equity of American home sellers. Essential Real Estate was created to put more money in the hands of the consumer by eliminating expenses for the firm and charging a fair price for the real real estate service.

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