Apparently you’re reading between the lines, when the message I am attempting to portray is in wiriting.
I learned about RE Agents when I was an investor, and by my lack of dealing with agents at that time, was dealing with agents and loan officers with a lack of experience in investing.
I myself as an agent now, and a loan officer now, do everything I can to help investors learn and grow from the experience, and not make the same mistakes I did.
You’ve apparently got a beef for the experiences I have had dealing with RE Agents and loan officers, have you ever had a loan officer walk off with $5k of your own money? I have, have you ever had a RE Agent not provide you with full disclosure, or the proper documentation and forms required by the state law? I have. So now I do my own transactions, when and if I do them.
My co-workers love me, because I understand the business, and help them pursue it in a way to help them become more successful. I’m in it for the teamwork. I certainly don’t make my living from Real Estate, I make it from investing.
So, now if you were to read what I have written, don’t read into it, and understand my experiences are mine, not yours. And I have learned from my mistakes, not your.
Just let me share my expereinces with the other investors. I am an investor first, and a RE Agent and LO second.
Since you don’t know my territory, or the people who work in it, defend your own territory. Texas is it’s own world with it’s own rules apparently. I’ve learned them, and made my own mistakes along the way, and I share them on this site, so others, will not have to make the same costly mistakes I have made.
It’s advice it’s free!
But can save you thousands. And I’m not charging for it… should I?