Sequim real estate agents come in all sizes, shapes, backgrounds, educations, experiences, and personalities. This is no small issue, because when you buy a home in Sequim or Port Angeles, you want to be certain that you have a professional who is competent and experienced. Right? Absolutely! But you also want a buyer’s agent with whom you feel comfortable. You are about to spend a small fortune, and you are about to make a commitment to a home that will mean you live here for the rest of your life. At least that’s your plan, right?
The landscape of Sequim real estate agents is interesting. Let’s have some fun with this.
Sequim Real Estate Agents
We have Sequim real estate agents who are very young and some who knew Moses personally. We have agents who have college degrees and some who had trouble in Kindergarten. Some are tall and thin while others are not so tall and not so thin. Others are bald (mostly the men), and the females tend to have a variety of hairstyles, like curly (not the three stooges guy), stringy, fuzzy, and up high.
And then there are Sequim real estate agents who have a lifetime of experience in real estate, marketing and sales, legal contracts and drafting language, and in recent years technology and Internet marketing, and others who . . . have backgrounds as varied as retired military, school teacher, McDonald’s manager, housewife (an honorable profession), preacher, home builder, Starbucks coffee expert, waitress (waiter), construction worker, mortgage rep, and car salesman.
And it will be no surprise that the variety does not end there. We have Sequim real estate agents who are straight laced with no sense of humor and who even walk as stiff as a board. And we have agents who are as gay as the sunshine (no judgment here). I presume they are proud of their sexual preference as I am of mine.
Sequim Real Estate Agents – Personalities
And the shades of personalities among Sequim real estate agents is also entertaining: quiet and reserved, bold and loud, humble and respectful, arrogant and demanding, expressionless and cold, and warm and smiley. I love the variety of agents in this business. But then again as I reflect on these variations, it just reminds me that real estate agents are as varied as the general population itself.
One suggestion for selecting one of the many Sequim real estate agents: select three, interview the other two and then come interview me. Chose the one you think is best suited for you personally. Go with your gut feeling as much as with your intellect. After all, this is one of the most important decisions of your life.
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Sequim real estate agents . . . are buyer’s agents like me.
Last Updated on May 26, 2011 by Chuck Marunde