It can be a bit odd to meet a buyer after closing when you're the listing agent. Especially after having to serve the buyer with the seller's Notice to Buyer to Perform during escrow. An agent never knows for certain whether the buyer might accidentally turn on the garden hose and point it in the wrong direction.
But I got to meet the buyer of this condo in person yesterday when I went over to pick up my lockboxes. Nice person. She wondered how to get the remote for the gate. Well, the seller doesn't have a remote, LOL. She must have used somebody else's gate code. You'd think the buyer would have known this prior to closing since "no gate remote" was in the disclosures.
The HOA charges $50 for a new remote but at least you can program your own gate code for your guests. You can read more in my personal blog today, including details of the strange Sacramento County Notice tacked to the front door at this link: Closed Another Woodside Oaks Condo in Alicante Villas.