Happy New Year!

Franne as a Nurse!
Franne as a Nurse!

Happy New Year! Aren’t we happy to start a new year? Aren’t we hoping wearing masks will be a thing of the past? Well, maybe not right away but hopefully in 2022.

As you may have figured out if you regularly read these blogs, one of us is the writer. Guilty as charged. It’s me, Franne. I have always loved to write. Maybe that’s why I have no problem filling in the blanks on real estate contracts. It’s just ending or adding to a sentence someone else wrote. Of course, you need to be educated in real estate to do it, but to me it’s fun. Yes, I do love my job.

When I was growing up, I wanted to be a nurse. There was never a doubt in my mind. In the summers I read everything my little local library had about nursing or medicine. I could tell you how penicillin was invented at age 13. I didn’t love the sight of blood. In fact, I fainted when I watched my aunt having her ears pierced but I loved the idea of working in an operating room. Jump ahead a few years and I worked in an OR after nursing school classes were supposed to be over for the day. I wore a mask so most of the doctors didn’t realize I was a student.

So, what does all that have to do with being a Realtor®? Collaborating with clients and selling their home or selling them a new one is a stressful process. Clients need someone that’s kind, smart and understanding. Isn’t that a nurse? I need to know how to write a contract and interpret them to my seller or buyer. Is that any different than explaining to a patient why they need to elevate their swollen arm?

Our team is well educated, we all have our Broker’s licenses, and we are all Realtors®. We love what we do, and we hope our compassion and caring shows.

Have a question about anything real estate related just ask. Have a medical question, well I am no longer a licensed nurse, but I will suggest chicken soup.

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January 3rd, 2022 | By Charleston Fine Homes | All Articles