The squeaky wheel gets the grease; the quiet ones get no attention at all.
While rummaging through my basement I came across a box of stuff that hadn’t been unpacked since moving to the “new” house seven years ago. I found a shoe repair ticket that was nine years old. Figuring that I had nothing to lose. I went to the shop and presented the ticket to the proprietor. He reluctantly began a search for the unclaimed shoes. After ten minutes, the shop owner reappeared and handed me back the ticket. “Well” I asked, “did you find the shoes?”
“Yes” replied the shop owner. “They’ll be ready next Tuesday”.
Does this sound eerily similar to a seller who puts a home on the market for way more than it could possibly sell for? The problem is there are no rush or accountability…and therefore no attention to the property.
When 9 out of 10 Realtor’s recommend repairs and clean up whom do you believe?
A guy goes to the doctor and the doctor says. “You have the dirtiest, most unkempt, uncivilized body I have ever seen.” The patient says. “That’s funny, that’s what the other doctor told me yesterday.” “Then why did you come to see me?” The patient answered, “I wanted a second opinion.”
We all know a fool when we see one – but not when we are one.
Listing a home in the White mountains of New Hampshire? Give me a call – Alpine Lakes Real Estate has office in Lincoln and Campton New Hampshire, we cover the Lakes and Mountains of Grafton County – Steve Loynd. 800-926-5653