A Day In The Life of a Realtor

Real Estate Agent with The Abrams Group/ Re/Max Realty Services


I am trying to frenetically get my office pulled together and packed up for our big move to our new house on Monday.

I thought that this would be a good time to move since real estate is quiet from now until mid January. Seems like business keeps on going, even though I am on vacation mode.
I have to take out 2 clients tomorrow...I pray that the walkways and driveways are shoveled from all the snow we had the other day. I am grateful for my new snow boots that I bought on Friday!
One client is looking at foreclosures, they are always unkempt and lack the care that an owner occupied house has. The other is looking at a vacant million dollar home and the listing agent doesn't know how well the driveway has been shoveled. Nothing like working Christmas Eve. Hopefully, there will be a good dinner waiting for me when I get home :)

Aside from wrapping up my work, I am trying to get some work done on the new house. We are going over soon to meet with the duct cleaner. Hopefully, Raymond will get the blind hung in our bathroom, otherwise the master bath is not usable, unless we want to flash our new neighbors. The toilet overlooks the next door neighbors front porch. Could be a new way to meet the neighbors! Blinds are on the priority list right now. We finally installed all the insulation in the attic and on to painting the living room.
I should post before and after pictures of my new "Little Green House"


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Lisa Abrams               

The Abrams Group

Re/Max Realty Services

301-437-6742 Direct

240-766-0625 fax



Licensed in Maryland, Virginia, The District of Columbia and Florida


Comments (2)

Melissa Zavala
Broadpoint Properties - Escondido, CA
Broker, Escondido Real Estate, San Diego County

Be careful not to fall on any ice. That would not be very fun!

Dec 23, 2009 05:10 AM
Lisa Abrams
The Abrams Group/ Re/Max Realty Services - Bethesda, MD

Thanks Melissa....this is exactly why I wanted to move to Florida and sell houses.  Too bad the Florida market is a blood bath!

How is the market in San Diego?

Dec 23, 2009 05:15 AM