My wife and I just finished moving into our new home last week. We worked exclusively with Ethel Green for almost one complete year before we found our home. Ethel was diligent, competent, and professional throughout all our dealings. Cindy and I have never worked with a Realtor for such an extended period of time and Ethel exceeded our expectations every other time. Here are some of the reasons why we acknowledge Ethel:
Jules and Cindy
I wanted to take a moment to say thank you for the outstanding job you did in selling my father's home. I know that the transaction was complicated by the fact that I live in Florida and my brother lives in Vermont This put a special burden on you, but you responded magnificently. You kept us informed; you handled numerous details on your own initiative (inspections, cleaning, removing carpets. storing items, etc.); and the final sale went through at a fair price and without a hitch.
. . . The advice Ethel gave on preparing the house for sale and on the preliminary inspections proved to be sound. However what we hoped would be a quick and easy sell turned out to be very complex as inspection after inspection was conducted and contingency extensions were requested. To make negotiations even more complex, several divergent personalities were involved. Through all this Ethel managed to steer an even course, work the issues one by one, and provide accurate and timely information to all parties. When I expressed doubts, she assured me everything would come together eventually and by some miracle it did!
Now as I look back six weeks, I appreciate even more how everything was handled and the representation I received. This whole experience has given me a deep respect for the part realtors play in today's market.
I recently had an opportunity for the first time to meet Ethel Green and work with her as a selling agent for an escrow I had . . . I am writing this letter because I was so impressed with the manner that Ethel handled the situation and her buyer. Her behavior was the height of professionalism, calmness and genuine concern for her client . . . Ethel was cautious not to 'advise' in a capacity that was not hers to do, but extended herself in every possible way for her client, always showing compassion for her client as well as keeping a steady course between the client and the loan broker.
Ethel is a tribute to the real estate profession, and in these days when we often do not take the lime to share our good moments. I wanted to share this one with you.
Branch Manager of Title Company