Let it not be said that we do not run a tight ship with Remax’s Paris 911 team.
Today, was a daylight any other day, I was visiting a bank owned property talking to the occupant, telling him he needed to vacate the property as soon as possible.
While this individual, decided not to identify himself, I had a good feeling that he was the owner of the property because of the attitude I was getting. He then attempted to change the subject and he started to attack me and question my intention of being at his property, knocking on his door, and violating his peace.
He said things like, “don’t you have anything better to do, what don’t you go and sell some houses, the banks the one that screwed me, why can’t you understand, and get off of my property before I call the cops.”
As he was talking, I couldn’t help but remember my days with the LAPD. It was very similar to when we stopped someone for violating the basic speed law. Some people, we’re just fantastic. But some that you pulled over, those you wish you had never stopped them in the first place.
I agree, that last comment came out of nowhere. But, at least he now got to know me a little bit better. And his dad used to say, the more people you meet on a daily basis, the more people you’re going to meet on a daily basis.
The moral of the story is if you happen to be in a property that is in the process of foreclosure and this property goes and reverts back to being bank owned, you are going to want me to be the one that shows up at your front door.
I tell it like it is, I give you the banks offer, and there is no emotional connection. I don’t make you feel bad, I don’t make you wish things were different, all I do, very simply, is my job.