As you might have read in the last blog post, we just sold our longtime home. While the process of negotiating buying or selling a home is not always the most enjoyable, one thing that makes it tolerable is having a great real estate agent to help you through the process.
When we knew we were going to list our house, we dreaded choosing a real estate agent because we have so many friends that were realtors and we didn't want to have to choose between them. But, it had to be done. We weighed our options and decided on Sandy Lobdell of ReeceNichols in Belton. She had just received her real estate license prior to listing our house. I'm not going to lie, it was a little concerning opting for an agent that was brand new to the business. But we jumped in and didn't have a single regret.
If you're looking for a real estate agent that will have your back every step of the way through the buying and selling process, you need to call Sandy. This lady knows her stuff, is the most organized, honest person you will ever meet and works her tail off for her clients. She doesn't miss dotting an "I" or crossing a "T" and she's going to catch it if the realtor on the other end of the deal does. Once the whole process was over, it was a bit of a let down not to hear from her every day. She became like family and we wish her much success in the business. After only a month in, it's pretty safe to say, she's going to be well known in the real estate community in no time flat.
Thank you, Sandy, and congratulations on the first of many accomplishments in your new "just for fun" profession!
I was honored to photograph Sandy's professional head shots last fall after she became certified. I bet we'll be seeing this photo around quite a bit in the future.