When I signed on with Victoria, the job looked easy. The market was at the top. Make a few repairs, list it, and the offers would pour in. Then the Fed raised interest rates. The market dried up and the offers didn't happen.
We got a low ball from an investor. He signed the contract and then backed out. We got another offer from someone who signed but decided she couldn't afford the interest.
We got a couple of low ball offers I rejected. All the time Victoria was the perfect mix of supportive but offering advice. She didn't blindly follow my direction but never pushed me into something I didn't want to do.
We finally got an offer, but the buyer found a lot of things wrong with the house. Victoria guided me through what I should or shouldn't pay for, all the time knowing that if I made the wrong move I could sink the deal. Yet she never pressured.
Selling my house was a lot harder than we thought it'd be but Victoria never minded. Sometimes selling a house is a lot more work but that's the job. Go with Victoria. She's seen everything, a lot of it on my house!