Real Estate Agents Are Ambassadors
Real estate agents are often behind the scenes of growth here in the North State. They are the unknown Ambassadors for our community. When you see a new building project breaking ground, remember that a real estate agent was most likely involved.
Real estate agents are often behind the scenes of growth here in the North State. They are the unknown ambassadors for our community. When you see a new building project breaking ground, such as a new subdivision, office building, or shopping center, remember that a real estate agent was most likely involved in attracting that company or developer to your area. Commercial agents are constantly promoting our area to encourage businesses to consider Shasta County for their next project. New developments create more job opportunities and economic expansion.
Real estate agents are active members of outreach programs that support the needs of our community. They serve in civic offices to help protect our property rights, and they raise money for causes that are close to our heart. Recently, local real estate agents raised money for the “Another Chance Animal Welfare League,” and throughout the year they do fundraisers for other charitable needs. Local agents are supporters of the “Toys For Tots” program, trying to make certain no child goes without at Christmas. Agents laboriously package and deliver shoe boxes filled with small gifts for people in local rest homes. Real estate agents are always ready and willing to step up when a need arises in our community.
Agents are people just like you. They have a vested interest in our beautiful Nor Cal. They live here too. They may be your neighbor, and their children might go to the same school as yours.
Real estate agents are often exposed to fragile or tragic family situations. They need to maintain a professional attitude, while sometimes holding back tears. It is usually hard not to become emotionally bonded to the clients. Birth announcements and pictures of families decorate the average desk area of a real estate agent.
So, after writing offers, showing or listing property, writing blogs to promote our area, meeting with developers, raising money for important causes, or serving on committees, they go home to families just like you. Well maybe not just like you. They usually take their “job” home with them. Still on their minds and not far from their own family life, is the need of a client. In every transaction, there is a personal life story. Real estate agents join that story, sometimes for a short time and often for a lifetime. Agents become lifetime friends, being involved in family situations.
We don’t just put people in houses; we put them in our heart. When thinking of selling or purchasing a property, let a real estate agent join your life story.