Confession time. I love being a Sequim Buyer’s Agent. Today was another busy day, but it was a good busy. This morning I wrote and submitted an offer on a lot for clients intending to build their retirement home. Tomorrow we will know whether the seller accepts, rejects, or counters. I represented my clients as their Sequim Exclusive Buyer’s Agent.
I followed up on some post-closing paperwork on two houses I sold and that closed last week. One sold for $449,000 and the other for $425,000. I have to say that my clients in both cases are incredible people and a tremendous pleasure to work with. There were many many details involved for both of those transactions, but all went smoothly all the way through closing. (I’m a detail person and having been an attorney helps to make sure all the T’s are crossed and all the I’s are dotted.”)
I also touched base with another party, because I submitted an offer two weeks ago on a house that is a short sale for just under $325,000, and we are still waiting impatiently for the bank on the east coast to render their written approval of the price. The bank will suffer a significant loss on that transaction. Short sales are a pain, because we have to deal with banks that move slower than snails.
And last, I did a walk through for some out of state clients on their purchase of a nice home in Sequim that closes tomorrow. This is a gorgeous custom home with a back yard that would make any Master Gardener salivate, or at least want to get their hands dirty. It sold for exactly $325,000.
All things considered, it was another beautiful day in Paradise for this Sequim Exclusive Buyer’s Agent.
Last Updated on March 18, 2010 by Chuck Marunde