With recent news of Charlie Sheen's firing from the show Two and a Half Men, it comes to show how important it is to properly carry yourself, especially when all eyes are on you.
As Realtors working with Milford CT homes for sale and real estate in other places, we are in the spotlight as well. Our names and faces are all over the newspaper, internet, and all over other places in our own cities. No matter how much success you experience, you still have to maintain a solid reputation and provide the proper value and care for your clients as you always have.
Becoming one of the top producers in the area doesn't mean you can brush off the little people and act like you're the big kahuna on campus. You have a license in real estate, and so do many other people.
We're all in this together.
There's no sense in throwing away your career at its peak just because you think nothing or no one can touch you.
This is why I find it so important to put my clients first. I'll give them my 2 cents whenever they ask for it, but I'll all ears regarding their wants, needs, and desires in buying or selling a home. I'll do whatever it takes to accomodate to their requests. If that's unrealistic, then I'll try to get the next best thing for them so they can find the best in Milford CT homes for sale.
My clients mean the world to me, and that's why I can easily say that My Clients Become My Friends.
So do you think Charlie Sheen is still "winning"? What do you think real estate professionals can learn from this fiasco?
Lydia Lucas is your source for Milford CT Real Estate
Cell Phone: (203)980-9213
My Clients Become My Friends