As real estate agents it’s our responsibility to make sure the property that our clients are selling is going to pass the Smoke Alarm Inspection. So, don’t forget to check the alarms to make sure you have the right ones near the kitchen and bathroom. Remember any smoke alarms that are within in 20 feet of the kitchen or bathroom with a bath tub or shower must be photoelectric smoke alarms. The alarms are not over 10 years old. Many students ask us where do we find the date the smoke alarm was manufactured.
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Real Estate agents are so dedicated to their clients. No matter what the weather predication is. We’re out there going from one appointment to the next. I remember at one of my showing a few years ago, when we had 15 feet of snow everywhere. My clients and I had to almost swim through the snow to reach the front door. The property was bank owned and no one had come by to shovel the walk way. Lucky enough it was the last home on our tour. It all worked out because they fell in love with the inside. It’s always a great feeling when you see your clients become really excited about a property. They wanted to talk a little bit more about the property and write up an offer. The inside of the house was as cold as an ice-box, so I decided to take them to a local coffee shop to warm up and relax before writing up the offer. I always remember how relaxed my clients became while sitting in the corner couch of the cafe. Not only did the cup of hot chocolate and latte help regain the feeling in our hands and feet. The warmth also helped melt away all their concerns and fears about putting the offer. With the cold weather on our heals I thought I would share a few spots that you might like to take your clients.