106 Things We Do For Clients, No. 57

No. 57 of 106 Things We Do For Clients

Help you interview and select a competent real estate professional.

Chances are you will eventually need to use the services of a real estate agent. With our extensive experience in real estate, we can help you with the interview process and greatly increase your odds of selecting an experienced and professional agent. All real estate agents are not equal, and most have differing areas of specialization. We know the questions to ask and the designations to look for that will have a high probability of you selecting just the right fit for your needs.

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One Response to 106 Things We Do For Clients, No. 57

  1. Janis Haynes December 27, 2017 at 12:54 pm #

    Rick’s advice on buying/owning real estate property is spot on. With Ray Haynes, married 43 years, I bought, owned, managed and later sold 20 properties beginning with residential then finally stepping up to small commercial properties and triple net leases. Ray & I were both raised in families which were self employed and had a long view about growing wealth. That life style helped us weather job changes and financial downturns.

    Having background in real estate investing proved valuable when I served on the finance committee of Tabor College, Hillsboro, Kansas, board of directors from 2000-2005. The college had purchased houses near or connected to the campus, over time the payments became a burden. How to lessen that burden was first put to the finance committee, then to the board as a whole. Many of the 24-member board were from ministry backgrounds, others were successful in their fields but, no one else had the kind of real estate background that I possessed. After sharing in committee the chairman asked if I’d be willing to share in general board meeting. When I first said, refinance, there were resounding “No’s,” I held up my hand to quiet the men, asking them to please hear me out. Then stated that we needed to bundle the properties and refinance at a lower interest rate. Most were struck dumb because they had never heard of that option. The suggestion, which was carried out, was one of two significant contributions I made while serving on that board.