Let's face it. No matter what job you are in it's always nice to feel like you have helped your clients. I had the pleasure of selling a home in Frisco that closed yesterday. My husband knew the guy through work and they were nice enough to list their house with me. I also had the pleasure of meeting and working with the buyer agent, Doug. He was an awesome person to work with and I can't thank him enough for taking so many things in stride and working toward our goal of selling the house. I feel like I learned a lot from him! So, what's so sad about that. Well, I had really gotten to know my clients and had grown to like them. As my old friend Moby used to say...."We laughed at the same jokes"..... The problem is they have moved to another state. I think I am going to go through withdrawls from not talking to them on close to a daily basis! They are a great couple and I would have loved to have known them longer. I know you are not supposed to get so attached and it's just business.....but is it? No, it's not. It's an emotional experience to move to a different area, another state or around the world. They were leaving family, friends and their home full of great memories for a better job opportunity. No doubt they will continue their great life. I am glad I got to be a small part of it.
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"We are first time home buyers and decided to bid on a HUD home. This process was extensive and very time consuming. Michele was there to answer all our questions throughout the process and had no problem picking up the phone and ask questions and would call us immediately whenever we had updates. I would have to say that I am not the easiest person to deal with and it was never an issue. Also, she helped us to find a lender that was absolutley amazing he came to our apartment on a Saturday afternoon to walk us through the process step-by-step."