November 9

What Last Night’s Elections Taught Me About Real Estate

Did you get out and vote yesterday?

I did but every time I do I feel like I sold a small piece of my soul. Don’t get me wrong, I have strong faith and strong convictions and I use those two things to guide who I vote for. But I just don’t believe what most politicians are promising.

They love to dangle carrots to get us to follow them. But they just never seem to really want to deliver on their promises.

In a word, most politicians on both sides of the aisle are just fake. Using and abusing you and me for their own personal gain.

And when an actual honest politician tries to get elected, the two major powers do everything they can to lampoon their campaign. There’s too much power and greed in Washington to allow an actual honest person to represent us.

If an honest politician actually makes it through, their supporters will fight to the end for them. Why? Because they trust that they will fight for your best interests.

This is very analogous to probate real estate. Families have experienced a significant loss and are vulnerable. Sleazy real estate professionals show up asking to buy their house. They don’t know who they can trust because as much as they try to hide it, greed is their motivator.

But a true probate real estate professional shows up not to buy the house, but to help them solve their problems. Buying the house is part of the equation, but if that is your sole focus, you’re showing up just like everyone else.

And with the shift in the market, you just can’t afford to show up like all the other ordinary investors, agents or brokers. Stop being an annoying pest and let me show you how to become a welcome guest.

To your success,
Ernie “Honesty Policy” Vargas | The Probate Fox


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