The calls, emails, postal snail mail, texts and office visit lobby questions that come up on the topic of real estate in Maine.
We get some real eye opening doozies. And often the person asking them is in one major hurry and does not want anything but a quick here and now perfect answer to hit and run with thank you very much.
Jack or Jill does not want to be pressed for more information about the real estate involved situation that the question asks warrants for follow up ones right back at them.
And the person with the friend of a friend of a friend often got some of the details or their take for advice in the situation a little mixed up or out of order.
Besides just not having all the facts of the real estate in Maine situation. That prompted the shout out to this Maine broker on this receiving end of the signal.
Patience is a virtue but also a luxury in today's hurry scurry world.
Figuring out the who, what and where in a real estate situation when it is a friend of a friend of a friend can cause hot under the collar to happen. Knowing just enough to be dangerous.
But missing the part of about not always, it depends on this when that happens or is the current problem that affects the rest of the property listing or sale.
The person asking what would I do in a situation like this one is not so cranked when I need to have a little more of the details to give the best answer.
Being kind, helpful are the two qualities anyone needing help wants. But thinking you are making it more complicated than they want but that it is is sometimes hard to swallow.