Friday, April 18, 2014


Quick website update before bed…

Added a purchases section to the "listings" page. Since not every real estate transaction is a listing I figure it would be good to show you folks what I get done on the buyer side of things too!

Also made a few other minor and random changes. Fixed some Firefox alignment issues on the "contact" page as well as added a 'touch to call' feature on the phone number section. That only works correctly via a touch screen and voice enabled device, like an iPhone.

You may have noticed I added automatic image rotation on the main page. Now you don't have to reload the page several times to see all the available images. I will update and add to that rotation of images soon as well.

Over on my twitter page I updated the background images to fit properly again. Twitter keeps changing things and it messes with everyone's custom backgrounds. :( Hopefully they leave it as is for awhile now.

I believe those all are the changes as of late. Time to get some rest before I get back out on the real estate trail tomorrow morning!


Friday, April 11, 2014


Time once again for another update folks!

I was lucky enough to get a call from some very cool folks as a referral from a friend. I am always very grateful for the opportunity to help anyone in their home buying or selling ventures. Even if you're not quite there yet, I bet you've got some questions! Sure you can 'Google it', but I wouldn't be at all put off if you'd like to ask me for some advice. Go ahead, try it!

Also been keeping busy handling a tricky purchase, doing my best to get my clients what they need without risking their deal. It can be quite the balancing act negotiating for what we want, but without offending the selling party. Let me also note that the quest to keep any deal together is for the benefit of the client, not my own personal gain.

My view is to be as up front as possible with the client about what I think can, might, or will happen in various situations. My job is to do my absolute best to serve you, and if I allow us to make a reckless move (without explanation of the potential ramifications) that results in a lost or negatively impacted deal, then I haven't fully served my client.

But enough about my own thoughts, what do you think?!