Call to Duty in Real Estate is needed always


When you are a successful Realtor you know what Call to Duty means. I have been through easy and hard deals. The harder properties required me to work a lot of extra time and be there to close the deal. That was when my Call to Duty kicked in.

Had a property in Chagrin Falls that I closed and it needed a lot of tweaking on some repairs. That was a ton more work finding and coordinating the vendors to correct the issues. The property also closed in the winter when the septic could not be checked. The buyer wanted the sellers to leave money in escrow until the inspection was successfully completed.

During the winter months I was in communication with my clients to assure them that their money would be refunded to them. That took approx 4 months and they got almost all their deposit back. I had already made my commissions but stayed with the property until the money was refunded.

It is not always convenient or profitable to do Call of Duty as a Realtor but it is necessary and much needed.

I recently sold a home that an investor had purchased and could not get done. They had the property listed with another Realtor who obviously did not have the sellers best interest in mind. It was a 45 min drive for me to get to the property and see if there was anything I could do with my Premium Flat Fee Listing.

I took a pic and did a walk through video and listed the property. It was sold in days and the client who was international really appreciated the effort and more importantly it got my client out of a bad deal.  They have now given me another one of their bad deals to sell and I am currently getting the property prepared to sell.

These are just a few examples of how my clients rely on my Call to Duty in real estate and going that extra mile for them.

Need a Call to Duty Realtor? Call me (Brett) 216-703-5740 Fathom Realty or Whatsapp me

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