A Day in the Life of A Rockland County REALTOR®

Dated: 02/26/2011

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One of the benefits of being a Realtor is that one day is definitely not the same as the next. It is very hard to get bored as often happens with many 9-5 jobs. I was just thinking about my day yesterday. Raining heavily in the morning got both children off to school. Left the house by 8:45AM to drive 20 minutes to show a Grandview home where the clients wanted to walk the property. (got out rainboots and umbrella). Couldn't find my raincoat, still can't. It must be with all those missing socks. Back to one of my Nyack listings where insulation was falling out of the basement ceiling. Spent some time poking it back in with a mop handle, while avoiding the dogs that the owners had forgotten to put in their crates. Back out in the rain to drive to a closing in Upper Nyack with the still not completely resolved OIL TANK issue. Much back and forth with the attorneys...mini-conferences behind closed doors and...money left in escrow, keys turned over, back to the office to deposit check. Just another day, but a good one!
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Mary Lovera

In today’s world, our relationships are very important so much so that The Right Relationships can make all the difference. This year marks my 20th year in Real Estate. In that time, I’ve happ....

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