Scary Homebuyer Myths Debunked

Buying Shouldn't Be Scary

21 October 2021
I started a real estate job as an office admin when I was an undergrad freshman in college. I didn’t know I had any talent. I believe talent is just a pursued interest. Anybody can do what I do. Just go back and put one little more happy house in there. Everybody’s different. Houses are different. Let them all be unique. We’ll find some happy little homes here and there. These things happen automatically. All you have to do is just let it happen. Everyone wants to enjoy the good parts of real estate – but you have to build the framework first.
SUB-HEADING
Let’s do that again. I’m gonna start with a little conversation and a touch of friendly advice. The very fact that you’re aware of real estate is enough reason to be overjoyed that you’re alive and can experience it. If you do too much it’s going to lose its effectiveness. If you don’t think every house is a good house – try missing a few. You’ll see.
Every house was a charmer when it was brand new, regardless of layout, materials, and size. A clean & tidy, well-maintained home really adds to your peace of mind. In life, you need colorful real estate. Fluff it up a little and hypnotize it. We can sell anything. Automatically, all of these beautiful, beautiful things will happen. There we go. Look at them little rascals.

Portia Green, REALTOR®

Portia’s clients all have a similar story. Most likely, you met her huddled around a tablet at the dinner table yet she feels like a friend. Her personable nature and easy going approach attract Sellers and Buyers alike, in what can be a stressful and emotionally charged event. A talented REALTOR® with 15 years experience, Portia is just as excited about real estate today as she was with her first transaction. She remains ever-committed to helping her clients find their place in the world and helping busy people navigate this crazy real estate market like a pro.

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