"If you can count your money, you don't have a billion dollars." J. Paul Getty
The longer I'm in the business of real estate, the more I find that sellers and buyers of real estate are looking for accuracy and attention to detail. That's a part of our RE/MAX Premier Customer Service.
When it comes to measuring for carpet, drapes or wallpaper, I've learned to trust the professionals. They know the old rule about measuring twice and cutting once. However, if you are in a bind and need to measure something like a picture frame, piece of furniture or an object of art, you can relax.
You always have a ruler handy, if you have a dollar bill. Remember that a dollar bill is 6¼ inches long. That's about a half a foot, right? If you fold it in half, it's 3 inches the wide way, or 1¼ inches the narrow way. This works great for items that are a couple of feet across.
Please don't try measuring your house with a dollar! In fact, if you want to get a measurement of your home's value, you can look at recent home sales, real estate news, or an online market analysis by visiting my website.
I'll work to earn your trust, and save you time while you continue to work at what you do best. I'll do all the work to determine the sizes, features and the market value of the home you're in. Or, I'll help locate the home you want to be in. Or both! Just call me when you need me.
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