I woke up feeling joyful on February 16th and wrote the following musings: Blog Entry: Sunday February 16, 2014
Later that afternoon I held an Open House with a focus on attaining intrinsic goals that has an impact on improving life for others. There were 16 families that came through my Open House. All were greeted joyfully. I am happy to report 438 Remington Point in Highland Village is now under contract. Although several couples spent considerable time visiting with me and taking the time to decide whether or not this could be their home one followed through. An offer was presented to my Sellers yesterday and the Buyers and the Sellers are joyful and happier today because the outcome intrinsically satisfied each of their goals.
Staying focused on your goal with prospective buyers during an Open House is time well spent. I spoke to one of the Sellers at length and she was content and satisfied. To me, making others happy and facilitating a sale is a service worth living. What made this offer unique is there was simple joy and karma on both sides of the transaction. I could not ask for better Sellers. To represent the Sellers in the sale of their home is an honor and a privilege. The Buyers agent has excellent communication skills. She is professional and skilled. She presented the offer without criticism. Her intro to the offer stated, my buyers truly love the home and want your sellers to know that my folks are great "good karma" people.
In anticipation of a sale I consistently bought fresh flowers inside the home. Staging has its rewards and real flowers do say it best when it comes to making people feel welcomed. It's those simple pleasures that fills up ones spirit with enthusiasm. Ultimately, I believe all people want to live successfully with joy. Having true representation with video and photos draws people in; greeting people into the home with a warm and welcoming smile puts others at ease. I said it before and I'll say it again, sharing the dream of home ownership is worth the wait.
©Photo Journal Entry for ActiveRain by Patricia Feager 2/19/2014