Every person has a different process when selling or buying a home. My job is to honor my client's process, which means actively listening to verbal and non-verbal cues. When I work with any client, I ask people what works best for them.

Do you want to meet for a cup of coffee to see if we'd be a good fit to work together?  

Do you just want to hit it and start looking at houses? 

Full disclosure - I am a verbal processor, and I am directionally challenged, but I get where I need to go and you will always know my honest opinion.

Some of my clients buy from out of town, and they rely on me to preview homes. I’ve even had a handful of clients purchase homes before they have even set foot in them! I don't recommend that strategy, but knock on wood, it has worked in several situations for me and my people.  

When selecting a home, I tell people to imagine themselves in the space.

What does it feel like to wake up in the morning, and start your routine? 

Can you see yourself gathering with friends and family here? 

Homes are where we celebrate, relax, etc.Is this a space for you? How does it feel to you?

I never want someone writing an offer for more money than they are comfortable paying. There are always more homes. If you miss out on one, I promise there will always be another to fall in love with.