I have always tried to take a "holistic" approach to selling real estate. I primarily sell residential real estate and primarily to people intending to live in the home. I sell homes to investors; sure, but the majority of my real estate transactions involve those who intend to live in the home they are purchasing. Because of this, I try to look at all areas of the clients' lives to make sure that the purchase of this home will benefit them. I have always believed that owning a home can positively affect all areas of our lives. I had a friend recently email a link to an article showing that homeownership improves children's academic achievement by up to 9%. The artical was very interesting and I thought I would share it with you. It attributes the higher scores to many factors including stability, socio-economic, and actual physical environment... which is what intrigues me most. I have always felt that a strong physical home environment supports success outside of the home.
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