Saturday, November 28, 2009

The language of real estate….

"So we either speak where others understand us or buy one of them translation books like the tourists"

sold2 I made that comment recently on a blog post by Realtor Jane Cross. She had been discussing in her article “I’m sorry but what did you say” how those of us in the real estate industry (Realtors, home inspectors, mortgage lenders, property appraisers, insurance agents) have our own language.Attractive Woman with Her Books

Each profession has its own language.

Just look at the medical industry! Even librarians have their own language… the Dewey Decimal System is a language, right?

As a real estate agent in Brevard County Florida I see a lot of temporary residents (snowbirds) and tourists. Tourists are very important to our Brevard County Florida economy.

As a real estate agent I need to must communicate with you in a language you understand.

And provide a level of service that makes you want to come back again - just like that tourist.

My clients really are like tourists visiting my "locale" only every few years or so!

If you are a first time buyer, or even an experienced buyer or seller, and want a real estate agent who understands how to communicate in a way you will understand, call me.

Gary Waters, Florida licensed real estate agent, Century 21 Baytree, Rockledge, Florida, 321-693-3850 or email