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When bad things happen in a real estate transaction Part 4
I recalled another San Francisco real estate transaction when my real estate client was not so loyal and how I handled it.
Would the outcome with Lucy and Jim, my Real Estate Sellers, be the same or would it be different? (See previous Real Estate Blog).
REAL LIFE STORY (Names have been changed)
I had nurtured a relationship with an out-of-town real estate developer for five years. That is how long it took him to develop this spectacular 4 level property. I loved the property atop of Nob Hill—not everyone’s taste for sure, but it appealed to the Italian artistic part of me. (And the fact that my Dad was an architect). I asked Shirley, the top agent in our office, to share the real estate listing with me, because I felt it would give me a better chance to represent this extraordinary property in the highly competitive San Francisco real estate market. Unfortunately, Frank decided to go with another team which promised him a million more. I was disappointed, of course, because I really felt I was the right agent to sell his specialized house, but I let go and let the Universe do its thing.