They say buying a home is one of the most stressful things you’ll experience in life.
It’s not just the enormous financial commitment, or the fact that moving is such a pain.
It’s inspections and outdated window treatments and faulty electrical and what-if-there’s-mold?!
It’s all the questions you don’t know to ask, all the nooks and crannies you’d never think to look into.
Let’s face it — this is unchartered territory for you.
But not for me.
I know to ask about the drainage in your backyard, and when the electrical was last updated. I’ll crawl under the floorboards if I have to, and I can translate your long, complicated contract into actual English.
I’ll never let you close a deal without making sure your eyes are WIDE open.
Because a house isn’t just a bunch of dollar signs and contracts.
It’s where your family will scramble on hectic weekday mornings. Where your dog will hunt for squirrels, where you’ll open the door after a long, not-so-great day at work, take a deep breath, and think…