This week during our “What’s In the News” segment, Justin and I spoke about a new ban in New York of brokers fees for renters. Besides remembering looking for an apartment with one
A week of remembrance, a Day of Encouragement
This week marks the 18th anniversary of the September 11th attack on the United States. As I sit here reflecting on that time, the questions of where were you then and where are you now, tornado in my mind. I, was at my desk, starting my workday, laughing during a conversation I was having with a co-worker when my mother called and told me of the events.
I was in New York! Though uptown, I was in the city!
In shock, I turned on a radio, told my colleagues, then looked up a news site on my computer, while hoping what I was hearing, seeing and feeling was false.
So what does that have to do with where I am today? What does it have to do with Real Estate?
I tell you that story to impart on you that as the world changes, oftentimes in lightning flashes, there is hope in working your way through it. Just like the country came together post 9/11 on a large scale, it does not diminish what you have done and will do to sell your home, purchase a new or first home, or even rent a place.
Today is September 12th, and is the National Day of Encouragement!
I encourage you to take notice of the world, an encouragement from the thought that hope is change, waiting to be actualized. I as your, realtor focus on finding you your ideal solution in real estate. You as my client have to come with an idea of what that is.
Contact me with any real estate questions, and I will work to get you the best answer!
I have been in Connecticut for over 30 years and have lived in Hartford, Middlesex, and New Haven Counties. I pride myself on knowing the market, having the drive to deliver results and the desire to ....
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