6610 S Springview St. ~ Eagle Ridge ~ Cheney Schools
• 4 Bedroom
• 3.5 Baths
• Bonus Room
• Great Room
• Family Room w/ wine room & wet bar
• Exercise Room
• 3520 Finished SF
• Heated Garage w/ 220 elec panel
• Stainless Appliances
Better than new, Immaculate home, Great Landscaping, Front and Back Sprinkler Systems, Window Treatments and many extras not found in New Construction. 4 Bedrooms plus Office, Bonus Room and two Family Rooms! Garage has 220 panel and gas heater! Instant hot water in Kitchen. Minutes to Downtown Spokane, Cheney, EWU, Gonzaga, Hospitals & Fairchild AFB.
It must be SPRING IN SPOKANE! The birds are singing, trees and grass are looking green. Best of all? The buyers have come out from their winter (plus) slumber!
Four offers in two days on two short sale listings. I am exhausted and clearly out of shape! It doesn’t help that one of the banks changed their forms and process last week which has me chasing my tail, or that the other bank is bound and determined to send me to the funny farm. Then of course there are the sellers, feeling lost, confused, frustrated, angry and scared.
I dream of a future filled with “traditional” home sales. You remember… the kind where the home has appreciated and the sellers get to make their own decisions AND a profit!
Being swamped is a WONDERFUL feeling, however, and buyers we have missed you! I look forward to meeting with you at my next open house!
Are you so determined to block the perceived spam from your peers that you are missing transactional emails? Blacklist carefully. The email you send to your spam folder may have important information.
Scenario 1. Agent Smith sent me an email about his broker’s open that was totally out of my normal selling area. Rather than opting out I just blocked his emails. It was quick and efficient. Two months later Agent Smith sent me a inquiry on a property I had listed that could have resulted in a full price sale for my seller. I never saw it. It was in my spam folder. The property sold at 90% of list price.
Scenario 2. Agent Jones was sending me an email every time she listed a property. Hello, I use Paragon and have my buyers on Auto-Emails. This was a waste of my time. I followed the unsubscribe process at the bottom of one of her emails. At the office meeting a few weeks later another agent was bragging about the awesome deal he had gotten for one of his buyers. It was the house my buyer wanted, but was already contingent when my buyer and I got out there. This agent had looked at the spam I blocked and had his buyer out right away to see the property.
How much time do we really spend deleting unnecessary emails? Two minutes a day? Three? Five? Is deleting them by hand a better business practice so that you don’t miss anything important? It is your call!