Setting Myself Apart

by on March 11, 2012

Right now, the biggest challenge I face as a Realtor is a lack of inventory. By that, I mean a lack of homes to show all of my awesome clients. This presents a challenge for myself and my associates.

Recently I have been addressing this issue by getting out there and knocking on doors, something I have always enjoy doing. The thing which makes this new foray into a proven tactic so different is that I an looking for very specific properties for my clients.

One client is looking for a 4000+ square foot home in Old Palo Alto. I have contacted the awesome people at Fidelity National Title who have gotten together a list for me of all the homes in Old Palo Alto that are 4000+ square feet and then I go out there and introduce myself to those homeowners and inquire if they have ever considered selling their home.

I have another group of clients who are looking for 3+ Bedrooms and 2+ bathrooms within a one mile radius of downtown Willow Glen so starting Tuesday I will be getting my exercise for the week walking through the streets of Willow Glen.

Why is this important to you? Well, if you have a specific need, I will be more than happy to sit down with you, identify that need and then pinpoint the best area to begin our search. Once I have the names of the homeowners in that area which meets your criteria, I will head on out there and do the same for you, attempting to secure a property for you before any one else has an opportunity to purchase that property.

This is just one of the ways I try to set myself apart for all the other agents who are out there. And, I get to have fun in the process. It’s like going on a scavenger hunt where I have to get a toothpick, a band-aid and a penny before anyone else.

So, if you have a specific real estate need and you haven’t been able to locate it on your own, please contact me at 408-839-2125 or vickiechandler@gmail.com and I will be more than happy to meet with you and determine if I can help you address a certain need.

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