Our Client's Wish Lists

Real Estate Agent with The Pozy Team & Pozy Auctions llc








As a Realtor© in Knoxville, TN, we find many times that clients have the usual list of wants when it comes to searching for a new home.  Everyone wants the comforts of home, right?  Most of these include updated kitchens and baths, fresh neutral paint, and great flooring to name a few of the common wish-list.   We have many of these for sale.  However, there is the occasional list of UNUSUAL wants.  This is when the skills of an experienced and eager agent come in to play.  Perhaps “Bat-Client” needs you to be “Super-Agent.” The typical agent may dismiss this would-be-client for their lack-of-touch with reality. Fortunately, there are some agents who- with great communication and attention to “realtor-psychology”- will wade through the quagmire of client confusion. Much like the agent pictured above, you have a choice as an agent to assist or dismiss the strange guy in the cape who wants a few gadgets and technological features for his client-cave.   What do agents do in situations like this?  What are some of the stranger items on people’s lists?  I would love to hear about your experiences with different clients. And in return, I would love to share some of my stories about selling homes in East Tennessee.


by Missy Pozy


Pozy Auctions, llc and The Pozy Team

Keller Williams Realty

   Knoxville, TN

(each office is independently owned and operated)


Comments (1)

Roger Stensland
Keller Williams Realty Puget Sound - Maple Valley, WA
Let's Move!

I do let my clients know, up front, that the more "unique" the home that they are looking for, the more difficult and longer it normally takes to find that property.  Then the education process begins both for me in the search for this property and letting my clients know how close I am coming.  Sometimes it comes down to solving the must-haves and filling in the needs and desires as much as possible and finding the home that most closely meets all of their criteria as possible. 

Mar 22, 2013 12:04 AM