Mark spent this week showing clients around properties in Portland and Goodlettsville with second viewings on some of the areas equestrian properties. Looking for horse property is never too easy as , by default, the equestrian properties tend to be a little more remote and have homes on a minimum of 5 acres. Luckily, we have the ability to search for homes using the minimum acreage option, which can then be used in conjunction with the area search or the city search to narrow the properties down.
Being able to review the homes and then use the satellite photos can help weed out some of the homes that may have the acreage but are heavily wood or are on steep slopes which wouldn't work for riding horses.
He also showed condos around downtown Nashville and Brentwood to out of state clients from New Orleans.
Mark also learned the skills of consoling and calming very upset and agitated clients and listing agents while going through the process of an extended closing which is never fun but unfortunately it's an integral part of the real estate business today.
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