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Handing over the key to my clients’ new home is one of the best parts of my job. Like a lot of the big decisions in life, buying a home is more emotional than coldly rational. People generally don’t select a house; they fall in love with it.

Part of this is aspirational: When people fall in love with a house, they aren’t really falling in love with the walls and the roof; they are falling in love with a beautiful vision of their future lives.

When buying a house, they are making a major financial decision based on a set of emotions that cannot be pinned down in any concrete way. Then comes the cognitively challenging part. At some point the inspections, the appraisal, and the price negotiations force a less emotional point of view.

It is my job to listen carefully to my clients and pay close attention to the criteria that they have for their ideal home and neighborhood. I educate my clients on the characteristics of each neighborhood, while helping them check off every box on their “wish list”. My ability to navigate the technicalities of real estate transactions provides my clients with dependable guidance and support to ensure that they have a good experience and are happy in their new home for many years.

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