Sep
08

Why I Do What I Do

It has been quite some time that I have put some writing on this blog. Simply put, the summer has been exceptionally busy and I have been dedicating my time to serving my clients as well as spending some quality time with my son who his growing up at lightning speed (matter of fact, today was his first day of school!). Since he’s starting that, I thought I would start today’s blog entry with a straight-from-the-heart post:

Why I Do What I Do

I do what I do because I love what I do. Wouldn’t you rather buy a car from someone who loves cars? Someone who loves cars so much they learn all about the cars they sell and also the cars they don’t sell? Someone who you can see their passion for what they sell shine when you meet them? I hope it’s the same feeling with me. Mortgages may seem like a really boring topic let alone a really unsexy word in itself (it really could use a rebranding) but the concept isn’t boring. Imagine bricks and mortar being responsible for your wealth creation? The results are certainly worth waiting for (and investing in).

I do what I do because I want to uncomplicate things for people who find things like this complicated. Finances can be a scary thing to some, and an exciting thing to others.  The ones who are scared of finances are the best clients for me – because I feel like after a 30 minute chat I can empower their lives with amazing options and make their decision-process that much easier. I do what I do because I love seeing equity grow like a tree. There are hundreds of people I have met in low-rent apartments and now I meet them in their homes, and they beam with pride that is unmatched. I love seeing that growth and being a part of that growth.

I do what I do because it’s what I have chosen and will choose to do. Someone asked me what I would do if I won the lottery. My answer? Doing what I do now.

So there you have it. If (and when) my son asks me what I do for a living and why I do it, this is what I would say to him.

Thanks for reading. Stay tuned for upcoming blog posts which will discuss: Interest rates and how they affect our market, the problems with down payment, and other topics that come up as I continue helping people overcome financing obstacles.

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