Here is a quick note to let you know how I can help you or the person you feel comfortable introducing me to. According to CareerBuilder.Com, the three most common months people receive promotions are January, July, and September, which means someone you know might be getting a promotion next month. Once that happens, increased responsibility, extended working hours, and longer commute times can be offset by moving to a house closer to the office.
Who do you know that’s getting a promotion? They may need my help.
Experience shows that many people do just that—moving into their next home within 6-12 months of getting a new job or promotion. Moving quickly after a promotion lets family and friends enjoy well-earned financial rewards together. The next time you’re in a conversation with a friend, family member or neighbor and they tell you they finally got that promotion, please don’t keep me a secret—take out your cell phone, look up my number and call or text me immediately.
My service is designed to help people find the home that fits their life best.
Matthew Haviland, Your Real Estate Consultant For Life
Keller Williams Realty Atlantic Shore 609-484-9890 ext 132
272 Deerfield Drive Mays Landing, NJ 08330
Here is a quick note to let you know how I can help you or the person you feel comfortable introducing me to.
The other day I was reading a story that said the storage industry is an 8.8 billion dollar business. It’s no wonder, when you consider how much time we spend looking for lost objects. The average person spends 6 minutes a day looking for car keys! IKEA reports the top 4 items men search for are clean socks, keys, wallet, and remote control. Women search for shoes, a child’s toy, wallet, and remote control. It occurred to me that a home is never more organized than just before and after a move. While it is seldom easy to move, very few things feel better than starting over again with the right amount of space. The next time you are in a conversation with a friend, family member or neighbor and you notice they would benefit from having the right amount of rooms and space to enjoy an organized home…then stop, take out your phone, look up my number and call or text me. Together we’ll make sure they get the best advice for the space they need.
Did you know that bumblebees shouldn’t fly? We all know they do fly, but according to every law of physics, this should be an impossible feat. Their lack of wing span capacity and flapping speed should make it incapable of taking flight. Yet they do.
It’s a phenomenon of nature that asks us to rethink what’s possible in the world. If the bumblebee is able to defy laws of aerodynamics, what more could we do if we brush aside “rules” that hold us back?
Would you choose another career or pursue an unthinkable dream if you had no obstacles in the way? Our biggest hurdle is often our own mind, stopping us with self-doubt, fear, or a belief in rules that just don’t apply.
Defying the odds begins with a dream and gets wings when we leave the doubts and fears behind. How will you defy the odds in your life?