I started the new year with a call from an agent with Adams Cameron, on New Year's Eve. She wanted to show a couple of my Daytona Beach condo listing on January 2. Yay! Unfortunately, both of these condos have tenants in them, so the buyers were only able to see one of them. But the one unit they saw was a direct riverfront, Intracoastal condo that has been completely remodeled. It's gorgeous! They still want to see the other one that's a ground floor condo unit in the same complex.
On January 2, I received a call from one of my real estate sellers, who has a house for sale in Port Orange. He was just wishing me a happy new year (don't you just love nice sellers?) and letting me know they may be reducing the price in a couple of weeks. I'll keep you posted on that one!
And today I got a call from a client who I sold an ocean front house in Ponce Inlet several years ago. He had received the Christmas card I had sent, so he too, was just wishing me a happy new year and touching base. He was also letting me know that he had filed the company info of my 2007 brokerage change in his contact manager for whenever they're ready to sell in the future.
I'm hoping these are all signs of many more good things to come in 2008. I've worked with some really great clients over the years (obviously) and hopefully, this year I'll work with many more.
Now if I can just get the tenant to call me back, who is living in the one condo I haven't been able to get the first buyers into yet. I think I'll go call them again right now.
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