Multiple Offers, Seems to be the way the cookie is crumbling here in the Durham Region. Let me start off by saying i did 2 Deals this weekend, i could get use to that. ( still pending of coarse) But, prior to this i was in multiple offers yet again, every where i look multiple offers!! Now having 3 deals under my belt i have been faced almost every time with multiple offers. When i hear those words not only do i want to throw my phone across the room, i then have to look at my client and tell them its time for a new strategy and hope they still want to go after their Dream Home.
It is a funny world out there, you start to see past the verbal conversations to the truth that is staring at you right in your face. Which is, everyone has a hidden agenda, the more offers i register the clearer it becomes.
Now that i have a few under my belt the things that seemed hard at first are now becoming second nature. The thing that remains the same is the waiting period to make that condtional offer into a firm deal. Never seems to be an easy thing… weather it is other peoples imput to the condtions set out in the agreement - it’s never smooth. ( this is going on by 3 offers so far of coarse, but i don’t see it changing any time soon)
During the last 2 days of the week i put in 26 hours of hard work, which did lead to a great end result which then lead to celebratory drinks! With a rough morning followed by a day of work. That is of coarse the Rollercoaster of Real Estate. One week your slammed the next week your starring at the computer picking your nose waiting to hit gold somewhere. One thing i know for sure is i will one day be a Work-a-Holic, it is unpreventable. If you don’t put in the time you wont have results and without results you have no money. Which then leads to no shopping sprees, vacations and that little safe that you hide from you husband to stash money away for botox and other great inventions. So thank you Christian Louboutin for the drive you give me, to own a hole closet of your shoes. Even if it means 75+ hour weeks for the rest of my life.