Fortunately, for this Sacramento Realtor, my company, Lyon Real Estate, maintains 17 offices throughout the Sacramento region, so I can pop in to meet clients at any of them. However, I imagine in the next decade all of that will or probably should change. Brick and mortar is so 2005. At least not the size and scope we have in operation today. Who needs all of that empty space?
IIRC, I last met face-to-face with a potential client, a seller, in my Elk Grove office maybe two years ago. For me, when listing homes, I just go to their house. I can see buyer's agents needing a private space to vet clients, present stats, review the process, but not their own desk.
And, as you know with me, it makes no difference whether I'm in Sacramento or in Hawaii when I am working with my sellers. The proof is in my performance and 5-star reviews. You can read more in my personal blog today at this link: Where Does Your Sacramento Realtor Really Work?