From a very young age, I’ve always tried to map out my future. I’m a plan freak and my dad once said to me, “Planning never fails, but people fail to plan.” I assumed if you plan, you definitely can’t fail. So, I planned everything to the last second. However, with my theory of never failing, I later found out it wasn’t entirely true. Sometimes we fall to learn how to rise; that’s when you learn to succeed. I think my dad’s quote applies to all our goals and dreams in life. If you have a “dream,” chase it until it happens. Along the way, make a plan to get where you want to be. I am itching to say “fail-fool” plan. I’ll just say, be prepared to fight for what you want to achieve despite any hurdles. Gone are the days when ladies had to let go of their dreams.
So ladies, GO GRAB IT!
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I have noticed that over the corsue of constructing a relationship with real estate managers, you’ll be able to come to understand that, in every real estate contract, a commission amount is paid. Eventually, FSBO sellers really don’t save the payment. Rather, they struggle to earn the commission by doing a strong agent’s work. In completing this task, they commit their money along with time to conduct, as best they are able to, the duties of an broker. Those obligations include getting known the home by marketing, offering the home to willing buyers, creating a sense of buyer desperation in order to trigger an offer, making arrangement for home inspections, managing qualification investigations with the loan provider, supervising maintenance tasks, and assisting the closing.