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Good morning Paul. I would go back to a time and era where life was not so complicated with all the mumbo-jumbo legalese.
Good morning Paul. Knowing what I know now, this is the perfect time for for me to be on the lending side.
Make it a great week!
I started my real estate career as a Realtor in 1996. I'd like to know what I do now and be starting in 1997.
If I could go back in time it would have nothing to do with real estate. It would have everything to do with being able to be with the people I love, who are now gone!
Great question. Maybe the late 60's and early 70's when life was simpler and RESPA was not even a twinkle in anyone's mind!
About 40 years. If I had done it I could be retired-retired by now and living the good life. Regardless life is still good I would have chosen this profession over the one I started with.
I remember the most fun and excitment in my career was in the 90's whe I was developing what was becoming South Beach. The $ was flying in from all sides.
1800's California, I would buy up L.A, San Diego, and Beverly Hills!
John McCormack, CRS
I loved the early '90's.... many distressed subdivisions on the market and I had all of them.... the homes were flying of the shelves...
I liked the 90's the best because the forms were a whole lot less and we were using the internet and the leads were pouring in and they weren't bogus.
Paul S. Henderson, Realtor, Tacoma Washington this is simple to answer: at 18 I would have loved to be selling real estate!
Paul, interesting question. I think I prefer to keep moving forward.
Michael Thacker - Re/M...
The present is always the best age to live in.
2004 to 2006...Didn't have to sell anything. Just needed to ask buyers to sign the dotted line.
I want to stay right where we are. The old days of MLS books, and running keys from office to office, no thanks.
Happy exactly where I am. I don't want to go back to yesterday, either. A
If I could turn back time I'd follow my real dream and become a pilot.