Jason & Jessica S.
I went to High School with Becky and we had only been connected through social media for several years. We reconnected when my husband and I reached out to her to discuss selling our house. We had lived in the house for 2 years and had done several structural upgrades as we planned to stay for many years, but when my husband got the job opportunity of a lifetime across the country, our plans changed. We had another realtor give us an estimate of value that was under what we had paid for it. Becky had a different opinion of value and made recommendations for specific property enhancements and a way to highlight the upgrades we had done that she believed would help us to achieve our goal.
We handed Becky and her team the keys and we moved across the country. We trusted that they would make it happen for us. Becky took the time to explain things to us as we went through the process and keep us in the loop every step of the way. They stayed within the budget they committed to and it all went according to plan. We were only on the market for 5 days and we got 4 offers. Becky negotiated on our behalf and we hit our goal!
Escrow was smooth until one day when our security alarm was triggered because of a door opening in the dining room. We called Becky and she got to the house quickly, connected with the police to ensure all was well with the house, and kept us up-to-date the whole time. It was a false alarm, thankfully, but it was nice to know that we could count on Becky even when the going got tough.
We had been looking for a place in Sonoma and when one that looked perfect popped up, we went to visit with Becky right away. Offers weren’t due for another week, but Becky devised a strategy where we wrote an offer 2 days early with a 3 day expiration to let them know how serious...
I sold with Becky in 2021 and she excelled in 3 main areas. A) Knowing the market and preparing the house to fit the market demands and position it for the highest return. B) Negotiating to get the highest price with the least possible risk. And C) Managing expectations and tempering emotions. In my opinion...