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Drive By The House First

Drive By The House First

 

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Had an out of town buyer, a former nurse, call this week. This buyer was very excited about a home she saw on line.  In her words, it was perfect and she wanted to see it ASAP.   If it was to be the right house, she did not want to take a chance of losing it.

A cash buyer, verified funds in hand, and she is ready to move now.

I set a tentative appointment but asked her to please drive by the house first.

Even though this buyer was financially qualified, she had not qualified the neighborhood.

 

Thank goodness, she listened and took a drive by the house. While still in the car, the buyer called and canceled the appointment. She decided it was not the right house and it was not the right area!

Hoping that all agents qualify their buyers before running to show a house.

 She thanked me profusely for saving time. It also saved my time.

 

When working with a buyer, I ask them to please

 

Drive By The House First

 

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Comment balloon 82 commentsMargaret Rome Baltimore 410-530-2400 • January 09 2016 06:08PM

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I do that on occasion too. When I have clients with specific requests, I have them go online for a birds eye view of the property.  That has saved me a lot of time.

Posted by Joan Dickie, Keller Williams Premier Realty (Keller Williams Premier Realty) over 4 years ago

Joan Dickie Good idea  that saves time for everyone.

Received your message and look forward to talking with you soon.

Posted by Margaret Rome Baltimore 410-530-2400, Sell Your Home With Margaret Rome ( HomeRome Realty 410-530-2400) over 4 years ago

Good idea but sometimes it's part of the relationship building process.

Posted by LuxurySoCalRealty Compass San Diego, San Diego Partner - The Private Client Network (Compass) over 4 years ago

Joy Bender Sometimes but not this time. Thanks for stopping by!

Posted by Margaret Rome Baltimore 410-530-2400, Sell Your Home With Margaret Rome ( HomeRome Realty 410-530-2400) over 4 years ago

Hi, Margaret.  I agree.

     Recently a couple I am working with wanted to see a house in a small town south of Tallahassee.  Did I risk losing them if I told them to "drive by"?  Possibly... but I couldn't see spending several hours to drive down there and back, when my gut feeling said they wouldn't like the neighborhood and the area. 

   My gut feeling was right.  They did not like the surroundings; they have no interest.  We have appointments to look at other houses later this week.

Posted by Fred Griffin Tallahassee Real Estate, Licensed Florida Real Estate Broker (Fred Griffin Real Estate) over 4 years ago

Fred Griffin You made an executive decision and it was the right one. When following our gut feelings, we usually make the right decision. I will be going out with buyer but not on such short notice. 

Posted by Margaret Rome Baltimore 410-530-2400, Sell Your Home With Margaret Rome ( HomeRome Realty 410-530-2400) over 4 years ago

Oh, I have known a few instances like that! I have learned actually, that if someone wants to come see a vacant lot (oh, those are such a hassle), I have decided to leave it up to the potential buyer to come LOOK and then give me a call. Many DON'T. 

Posted by Gayle Rich-Boxman Fishhawk Lake Real Estate, "Your Local Expert!" 503-755-2905 (John L Scott Market Center) over 4 years ago

Margaret - That is a great idea, especially if the buyer has no idea about the area.

Posted by Troy Erickson AZ Realtor (602) 295-6807, Your Chandler, Ahwatukee, and East Valley Realtor (Good Company Real Estate www.ChandlerRealEstate.weebly.com) over 4 years ago

drive by for sure. i had two agents make appts to see our land, and a build to suit house to build. they showed up, and asked the the house was....what part of build to suit didnt these agents get? LOL... drive by first

Posted by Mike Rock, Granite Bay Luxury New Construction...For Less (Complete Design) over 4 years ago

Troy Erickson And I had a feeling this buyer had no idea about the area. Better she make that decision first hand.

Posted by Margaret Rome Baltimore 410-530-2400, Sell Your Home With Margaret Rome ( HomeRome Realty 410-530-2400) over 4 years ago

Mike Rock We learn but not fast enough. That's why I talk to every agent who makes an appointment on my listings!

Posted by Margaret Rome Baltimore 410-530-2400, Sell Your Home With Margaret Rome ( HomeRome Realty 410-530-2400) over 4 years ago

exactly. good point..we try..and sometimes they dont listen lol

Posted by Mike Rock, Granite Bay Luxury New Construction...For Less (Complete Design) over 4 years ago

Good idea! And something that will save everyone lots of time and effort...

Posted by Blatt + Cutino, Broker-Associate 831/206-8070*Call today* (Keller Williams Coastal Estates) over 4 years ago

what a great idea! We all should encourage buyers to do that - it will save them a lot of time and frustration.

Posted by Lise Howe, Assoc. Broker in DC, MD, VA and attorney in DC (Keller Williams Capital Properties) over 4 years ago

Angelica Blatt It is amazing how much time we can save.

Posted by Margaret Rome Baltimore 410-530-2400, Sell Your Home With Margaret Rome ( HomeRome Realty 410-530-2400) over 4 years ago

Margaret- that's working smart!  You saved yourself a lot of time and money. 

Posted by Kathy Streib, Home Stager - Palm Beach County,FL -561-914-6224 (Room Service Home Staging) over 4 years ago

Lise Howe Saving time and frustration, for all of us, is the goal in our wonderful busy schedules.

Posted by Margaret Rome Baltimore 410-530-2400, Sell Your Home With Margaret Rome ( HomeRome Realty 410-530-2400) over 4 years ago

Kathy Streib It also allowed me to spend some extra special time with my daughter.

Posted by Margaret Rome Baltimore 410-530-2400, Sell Your Home With Margaret Rome ( HomeRome Realty 410-530-2400) over 4 years ago

Good evening Margaret Rome, Baltimore Maryland

Excellent advice!  Pictures posted online cannot tell the whole story.

 

Posted by Bruce Brockmeier, Coached By Crouch (Internet Marketing Consultant to REALTORS®) over 4 years ago

Bruce Brockmeier Truer words were never spoken.

Posted by Margaret Rome Baltimore 410-530-2400, Sell Your Home With Margaret Rome ( HomeRome Realty 410-530-2400) over 4 years ago

Great advice, but in a fast market like what we have here, sometimes the added time would cause the house to be under contract if we wait. Yes, I do however agree that when time does allow, that is the best service you can give your client, that way their time is used smartly.

Posted by Michael Thacker - Re/Max Real Estate Center - Louisville, Your best friend who just happens to be a Realtor (Re/Max Real Estate Center - The Thacker Group) over 4 years ago

Michael Thacker - Louisville Realtor  In Baltimore driving by is much faster than our market.

Posted by Margaret Rome Baltimore 410-530-2400, Sell Your Home With Margaret Rome ( HomeRome Realty 410-530-2400) over 4 years ago

Google maps is a great tool to familiarize yourself with an area. Also a good idea to note the dates that scan was taken of the area.

Posted by Raul Rodriguez, Looking out for the client's interest and not my p (Covenant Partners Realty) over 4 years ago

Raul Rodriguez Good tip! Thanks for sharing google maps and check the dates.

Posted by Margaret Rome Baltimore 410-530-2400, Sell Your Home With Margaret Rome ( HomeRome Realty 410-530-2400) over 4 years ago

I ask my buyers to do the same.  And to drive by at different times of day as well.  It helps to see the area in the light of day! Thank you for sharing.

Posted by Karen Feltman, Relocation Specialist in Cedar Rapids, Iowa (Cedar Rapids/Iowa City, IA KW Legacy Group) over 4 years ago

Great idea. Had this happen before. She drove by and cancelled the appointment. Saved us both time.

Posted by Melissa Jackson, Helping You Make The Right Move (Century 21 Alliance Properties) over 4 years ago

I had a client who didn't want to drive - wanted me to - when we looked at homes for him to buy and occupy. I immediately told him, "if you don't think your car will be safe enough here, how will you live here? Where will you park each night?" 

He realized we needed to change where he was looking for a home. 

Posted by Dana Hollish Hill, REALTOR and Productivity Coach (Hollish Hill Group, KW Capital Properties) over 4 years ago

Great recommendation Margaret. It should be a commandmant!

Posted by James (Jim) Lawson, DBA, Broker Associate, RSPS, BPOR, HI & PE (DomainRealty.com LLC) over 4 years ago

Margaret Rome, Baltimore Maryland As always you give us good advice to use in our day to day business.  Keep 'em coming.

Posted by Mary Yonkers, Erie/PA Real Estate Instructor (Alan Kells School of Real Estate/Howard Hanna Real Estate) over 4 years ago

I agree that you should drive by in the mroning...mid-day...evening and weekends.

Neighborhoods change for many reasons...not all bad either...but not a fit for all either. 

Posted by Mike McCann - Nebraska Farm Land Broker, Farm Land For Sale 308-627-3700 or 800-241-3940 (Mike McCann - Broker, Mach1 Realty Farmland Broker-Auctioneer Serving Rural Nebraska) over 4 years ago

I always think it is good to check out areas, way before homes.  Find area you like, then the home.

Posted by David Alan Baker Laveen & South Phoenix Realtor, Your local Expert (Keller Williams Realty Phoenix) over 4 years ago

Margaret - I prefer that people drive by.  It works most of the time though it can be difficult with out of area buyers with limited time.

Posted by Christine Donovan, Broker/Attorney 714-319-9751 DRE01267479 - Costa M (Donovan Blatt Realty) over 4 years ago

For my Saturday buyers, who were moving across the county line this w/e, I agreed to show them a few homes, but I asked them to head over 90 minutes or so ahead of me, and to grab coffee & a bagel and just drive a get a feel for the new neighborhood they were looking at.

A "home" is not just the house, but also the shops & amenities nearby.  (Or the lack of them).  That tells out-of-town people if they want to be there or not, which they often can't tell from just an online video tour.

Posted by Claude Labbe, Realty for Your Busy Life (Real Living | At Home) over 4 years ago

I encourage driving by very strongly.  Every once and a while this is not possible and it results in a lot of wasted time.

Posted by Joan Whitebook, Consumer Focused Real Estate Services (BHG The Masiello Group) over 4 years ago

Ok, as a REALTOR I'm going to stay away from the "not the right area" comment, but isn't it part of our jobs as licensees to handle objections when it comes to "not the right house?". If we let buyers get away with that based on pictures or drive bys alone, you might as well work for a firm that rebates the commission back to the buyer because you are really short changing your client.

Posted by Virtual Realty Consultants, Making the American Dream a Reality (Virtual Realty Consultants LLC) over 4 years ago

It is a good idea if the buyer does not know the area, but yes.... we are not allowed to give any suggestions about neighborhoods..

Posted by Inna Ivchenko, Realtor® • Green • GRI • HAFA • PSC Calabasas CA (Barcode Properties) over 4 years ago

Another perfect example of doing it The Rome Way.....saved you both a lot of time.

Posted by Roger D. Mucci, Lets shake things up at your home today! (Shaken...with a Twist 216.633.2092) over 4 years ago

Yes, asking them to take a drive by is a good way for them to weed out homes they just aren't interested in seeing. It could be because there's an industrial plant next door, or a messy neighbor, or a firehouse, etc. Go see first.

Posted by Kat Palmiotti, The House Kat (406-270-3667, kat@thehousekat.com, Broker, Blackstone Realty Group - brokered by eXp Realty) over 4 years ago

Margaret Rome, Baltimore Maryland Great advice.  What people see on the internet are photos and just that.  Often when they see it in person, their idea of 'the perfect house' changes.  

Posted by Elyse Berman, PA, Boca Raton FL (561) 716-7824 CRS, ABR, GRI,ePR (Best Connections Realty, Inc.) over 4 years ago

Thanks Margaret!!!

As a rule I don't show any houses unless the buyers drive by and checkout the house and the neighborhood!!! I learned that from Floyd!!!

Posted by Sham Reddy CRS, CRS (H E R Realty, Dayton, OH) over 4 years ago

Good morning Margaret Rome, Baltimore Maryland ,

The Rome way is always the right way! A couple I was working with last fall text me about a new listing in the area we were looking. I knew exactly where it was located and Googled it and sure enough it was the one with a street intersecting right in front of the house with a stop sign. I knew they would nix it so told them to Google it..they agreed and thanked me for saving us all a trip! Found their perfect house the next week!!

Posted by Dorie Dillard CRS GRI ABR, Serving Buyers & Sellers in NW Austin Real Estate (Coldwell Banker United Realtors® ~ 512.750.6899) over 4 years ago

Great advice Margaret, having buyer drive by a home eliminates bad curb appeal and bad neighborhoods and saves every one more time to see other properties of interest.

Posted by Bob Ratliff, "Sold with Bob" (Robert Ratliff Realty) over 4 years ago

In our area it is not a good idea to let them out alone.  Just had this happen and they called the sign to tell an agent the house was open and they went inside and of course the agent did not want to pay me because she was called.

This was the home they chose.  I lost commission.

Of course they thought they had done nothing wrong because the door was actually wide open.  No matter how much you school them on do's and don't's, sometimes they listen sometimes they don't.  

Posted by Rose Mary Justice, Synergy Realty Pros (Synergy Realty Pros) over 4 years ago

For many of my buyers, the day we spend looking at properties is their first visit to the area. If its a scout trip, I plan a tour of locations within the property viewing selection. If its a "buying trip" - rarer - its usually a multi day trip and I plan an initial property tour, then open time for them to go out on their own, then time for followup property visits.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Posted by Jeanne Dufort, Madison and Lake Oconee GA (Coldwell Banker Lake Country) over 4 years ago

Sound advice - I always do a drive by in advance of meeting my clients when time allows.

Posted by Gloria Laughton Allston, Realtor(NJ)/Broker(NY) (COLDWELL BANKER RESIDENTIAL BROKERAGE) over 4 years ago

I find that most buyers do, in fact, drive by the house - often before they even contact me. I do encourage them to do so and to get their loan pre-approval before our first appointment - or at least their second appointment. We do not step inside any property until the pre-approval and agency disclosures are complete. Great information and an easy-read post.

Posted by Margaret Woda, Maryland Real Estate & Military Relocation (Long & Foster Real Estate, Inc.) over 4 years ago

So, so true. I have a client right now who ALWAYS drives the neighborhood before she calls me. It is such a time saver and keeps her heart from being broken as there are often "pretty" houses in neighborhoods that are just not right for her.

Posted by Shannon Milligan, Richmond VA Real Estate Agent/Associate Broker, RVA Home Team - Winning with Integrity. (RVA Home Team) over 4 years ago

Margaret, A quick drive by is something we ask our buyers to do if it all possible.  Failing that, a Google aerial and Street View (if available) can tell a lot about neighboring property...stuff like that industrial park right next door that isn't in the listing photos :)

Posted by Liz and Bill Spear, RE/MAX Elite Warren County OH (Cincinnati/Dayton) (RE/MAX Elite 513.520.5305 www.LizTour.com) over 4 years ago

You are so right.  Even though the house is in a great area, the buyer may see electrical wire in the back yard or across the street.  There may be a major street too close for the buyer's liking.  I always recommend driving by the house and around the neighborhood. Sometime buyers feel the streets are too narrow.  Always many personal choices when buying and seeing the neighborhood ahead of time helps the education process and saves everyone time.

Posted by Shirley Coomer, Realtor, Keller Williams Realty, Phoenix Az (Keller Williams Realty Sonoran Living) over 4 years ago

All about where it is, what it is and making that information transfer easy peasy. Videos, real ones with sound not a slide show slice and dice that show what you look at from all sides, how big or little the lot is help save everyone time, gas, money!

Posted by Andrew Mooers | 207.532.6573, Northern Maine Real Estate-Aroostook County Broker (MOOERS REALTY) over 4 years ago

Well played, Margaret. I've done that a bunch of times as well, and it often saves me a trip out to the wrong house. 

Posted by Mike Cooper, GRI, Your Neighborhood Real Estate Sales Pro (Cornerstone Business Group Inc) over 4 years ago

I do very succinct and attractive advertising which always garners a response. I insist on people always seeing the property and then calling me. Some call back and some don't and this includes renters too.  Good posting Margaret Rome, Baltimore Maryland 

Posted by Richie Alan Naggar, agent & author (people first...then business Ran Right Realty ) over 4 years ago

I do this with my buyers too.  Drive by unfamiliar neighborhoods before sending me homes you want to put on a tour.  Rules out some homes from the get-go.

Posted by Chris Ann Cleland, Associate Broker, Bristow, VA (Long and Foster REALTORS®, Gainesville, VA) over 4 years ago

Another example by Margaret Rome, Baltimore Maryland of a "best practice" when working with a Buyer.  

"When working with a buyer, I ask them to please

 

Drive By The House First"

Re-blog of the day!

Posted by Tony and Suzanne Marriott, Associate Brokers, Haven Express @ Keller Williams Arizona Realty (Serving the Greater Phoenix and Scottsdale Metropolitan Area) over 4 years ago

Often I tell them the same thing especially I am not available or or out of the area. You do a service to the buyer.

Sam

Posted by Sam Shueh, mba, cdpe, reopro, pe ( (408) 425-1601) over 4 years ago

Before I was in the business, whenever I bought a new house I always went and scoped it out first.  I didnt want to waste my Realtor's time and this way I was able to narrow the search down to a couple of really good  prospects. (It also planted the seed for my second career.) Now, as a Realtor myself, I have suggested to clients occasionally that they do likewise and I get push back from them. They seem to feel like Im not doing my job if I ask them to check out the place first.

Posted by John Ferrin, Realtor (HomeSmart) over 4 years ago

Margaret, The way of the Pros!  I often ask buyers to drive by a home first and check out the surrounding neighborhood.

Posted by Kathleen Daniels, San Jose Homes for Sale-Probate & Trust Specialist (KD Realty - 408.972.1822) over 4 years ago

Sage advice, Margaret Rome, Baltimore Maryland . Thanks for sharing it. Often visits at different times of day, or weekday vs weekend, is prudent as well.
Bruce

 

Posted by Bruce Kunz, REALTOR®, Brick & Howell NJ Homes for Sale (C21 Solid Gold Realty, Brick, NJ, 732-920-2100) over 4 years ago

You inspired my post today. I always suggest buyers use Google Earth to research the area before we head out. 

Posted by Karen Fiddler, Broker/Owner, Orange County & Lake Arrowhead, CA (949)510-2395 (Karen Parsons-Fiddler, Broker 949-510-2395) over 4 years ago

Often times I find that my buyers have already driven by the house before they even ask me to set an appointment. The type of buyer now-days is very hands on and proactive. At least in my area anyways. 

Posted by Nicole Doty - Gilbert Real Estate Expert, Broker/Owner of Zion Realty ZionRealtyAZ.com (Zion Realty) over 4 years ago

Margaret Rome, Baltimore Maryland 

I think pre-qualifying the house is so important by driving by it and through the neighborhood, if possible. While some buyers I take out are out of the area and our tour is their first journey in the area, driving by first really can save everyone a lot of trouble. There are plenty of homes that look great online but once seen in the raw it's clear they will not work for the buyer. 

And then there are buyers who do a lot of driving by, without me suggesting they do so.

Jeff

Posted by Jeff Dowler, CRS, The Southern California Relocation Dude (eXp Realty of California) over 4 years ago

Hi Margaret, pre-qualifying the neighborhood and the home is essential, I do the preview(most) prior to taking them to preview. 

Posted by Beth Atalay, Cam Realty of Clermont FL (Cam Realty and Property Management) over 4 years ago

I had a potential client call me last week about a property in an "up and coming" neighborhood.  He was able to have his sister drive the neighborhood and he quickly ruled it out.  Any buyer needs to get an idea of the neighborhood and area in general because most listings looks absolutely wonderful online. 

Posted by Rhonda Burgess, Moving to Nashville TN Real Estate Specialist (Southern Living Realty Partners) over 4 years ago

Nothing like seeing the real thing in its real setting.  Makes all the difference in the world.

Posted by Paula McDonald, Ph.D., Granbury, TX 936-203-0279 (Beam & Branch Realty) over 4 years ago

Margaret, great advice, and nice to know certain neighborhoods are the ones a buyer will want! 

Posted by Joan Cox, Denver Real Estate - Selling One Home at a Time (House to Home, Inc. - Denver Real Estate - 720-231-6373) over 4 years ago

Having the client drive by a house first to assess whether or not the neighborhood is a fit is a valuable and time saving exercise.   

Posted by Jill Murty, Realtor - Orange County, CA (Sunset Properties, Powered by Movoto) over 4 years ago

That's a great idea, you just never know. I hope she remembers you when she wants to see another home! Another one of yours would be awesome!

Posted by Evelyn Johnston, The People You Know, Like and Trust! (Friends & Neighbors Real Estate) over 4 years ago

Neighborhoods can make or break a sale, so it's good advice for buyers to preview areas first to get a feel for the surroundings. Good thing your buyer took your advice!

Posted by Pat Starnes-Front Gate Realty, 601-991-2900 Office; 601-278-4513 Cell (Front Gate Real Estate) over 4 years ago

Margaret Rome, Baltimore Maryland isn't it so simple - qualified financially - but was neighborhood qualified? Love your approach! (And will use this for some of my buyers...)

Posted by Praful Thakkar, Andover, MA: Andover Luxury Homes For Sale (LAER Realty Partners) over 4 years ago

So true, Margaret.   There is a lot of merit to the old standard line in real estate: "Location, Location, Location!"

Posted by Gabe Sanders, Stuart Florida Real Estate (Real Estate of Florida specializing in Martin County Residential Homes, Condos and Land Sales) over 4 years ago

Margaret - that certainly is a smart move.  You need to get the feel for the surroundings and not just the house.

Posted by Grant Schneider, Your Coach Helping You Create Successful Outcomes (Performance Development Strategies) over 4 years ago

Wonderful post and advise ! I too know all too often the buyer is better to ride around , look at the town and yes, if interested in a particular home--ride thru the community to check it out ! 

Posted by Michele Connors, Your Eastern North Carolina Realtor (The Overton Group, LLC Pitt & Carteret County) over 4 years ago

Hi Margaret, it is a good idea for buyers to drive by a house to make sure they like the looks before setting an appointment.

Posted by Sybil Campbell, REALTOR® ABR, SFR, SRES Williamsburg, Virginia (Long and Foster REALTORS® 5234 Monticello Ave Williamsburg, Virginia) over 4 years ago

Congratulations on the feature recognition. This is very good advice for prospective home buyers.

Posted by Roy Kelley (Realty Group Referrals) over 4 years ago

Roy Kelley Thank you. Are you planning to come to Baltimore for the Re8 Expo with Ben and Bob January 25th. We will be having a meetup afterwards.

Posted by Margaret Rome Baltimore 410-530-2400, Sell Your Home With Margaret Rome ( HomeRome Realty 410-530-2400) over 4 years ago

Great advise! I can't tell you how many times people have said they just HAVE to see a house, it is perfect, only to say the neighborhood is not one they could live in. A quick drive by is crucial!

Posted by Jerri McCombs, Broker, Hendersonville NC Relocation (Dogwood Real Estate Services) over 4 years ago

Hi Margaret...Most of our buyers are a distance, usually 90 minutes or more away, so driving by is generally not an option. I'd rather have them in my car so I can drive them by and keep on driving until we find the type of properties they are looking for but I can see where that works in some areas.

Kate

Posted by Kate Elim, Realtor 540-226-1964, Selling Homes & Land a (Dockside Realty) over 4 years ago

Good iodea to have the buyer do a drive by. I would also suggest that you drive by the house and or preview it as well. Anytime we have a chance to educate ourselves on th emarket is an excellent way for our growth as well. Brian Tracy says we should spend at least 5% of our income on personal growth.

Posted by Jim West, Our Passion Is Helping 1st Time Home Sellers (Real Estate Technology Partners) over 4 years ago

An unannounced drive by the house can uncover details a scheduled showing will never reveal Margaret Rome, Baltimore Maryland .   Great advice by you.

Posted by DEANNA EARLY - - ( NMLS # 268590 ), Highest Ranked Mortgage Loan Originator Virginia (American National Bank & Trust) over 4 years ago

Deanna Early Are you planning to come to Baltimore for Ben Kinney's Re8 Expo next Monday.

Posted by Margaret Rome Baltimore 410-530-2400, Sell Your Home With Margaret Rome ( HomeRome Realty 410-530-2400) over 4 years ago

Margaret Rome, Baltimore Maryland You are an old pro. This is EXACTLY how I do it. Let them drive by. If the neighborhood doesn't suit them or the the curb appeal isn't there, why bother?

Bill Roberts

Posted by Bill Roberts, "Baby Boomer" Retirement Planner (Brooks and Dunphy Real Estate) over 4 years ago

Bill Roberts Old pros have learned a thing or two over the years. Thanks for stopping by.

 

Posted by Margaret Rome Baltimore 410-530-2400, Sell Your Home With Margaret Rome ( HomeRome Realty 410-530-2400) over 4 years ago

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