Patience with the Process

Hey y’all, its Sabrina with another blog for Levi Cox, Realtor with United Country Blue Ridge Land and Auction. It’s been a while since the last blog. This summer took off with busy
schedules running our teenage children wherever they needed to be. Summer is such a fun time with vacations, cookouts, longer days, lake days, beach days, etc. Levi has been working hard
for you all and is busier than ever. This spring and summer season has provided some challenges hence the title Patience with the Process.

Whether you are buying or selling a property it is a process. We are seeing a slow market adjustment with the rise in interest rates. We are beginning to experience properties staying on the market longer than in the last two years. As I have shared in previous blogs (, whichever process you are in, buying or selling, patience is key. As with all other things in this life not everything is in your control. This is true also for realtors as there are situations that arise in the process that is out of their control. Different people are involved with buying and selling such as financial institutions, lawyers offices, title companies, realtors, brokers, appraisers, etc. This is an extensive list and more may be required depending on the selling or buying situation. With so many people and agencies involved things may and will have “bumps” in the process. Levi communicates well with each agency and person involved throughout the entire process. This is where patience is the key ingredient in the realtor and client relationship. As discussed in previous blogs (see above hyperlinks) a relationship with your realtor is important. Levi is helping you sell or locate the property of your dreams and it can be devastating when circumstances arise that were not expected and delay the process. I know firsthand how Levi works for each of his clients, ensuring they are receiving the best possible outcome he can provide. Have patience with your realtor they are trying their best to ensure your needs are being met while navigating the process.

Until next time our hope is you enjoy your little piece of the country.