When house hunting, we met Dana. She was the selling agent of a house we wanted to look at, and as we didn't really have an agent, she ended up stuck with our very dysfunctional, everybody has a different opinion and we aren't afraid to voice that, sarcastic family. Now, keep in mind, there were my parents, myself, my husband, our two children, and my sister all deciding to cohabitate together. We are nothing if not entertaining, but can truly be a handful for others when we are all together.
Dana handled herself with grace and class throughout her entire experience, I say her experience because my family can be a lot to take. However, that being said, she did everything she could not only for the seller, but also for us, and she absolutely did not have too. The previous owners of our house were getting divorced and could not get along. At one time, we met them both at the house and it was uncomfortable for all of us, to say the least. She cried on Dana's shoulder with her "woe is me tales" and Dana held her and let her cry, while the rest of us wanted to punch her in the throat for trashing the house. Dana and the listing agent both helped (and by helped, i mean did all the work for her) the previous owner clean the majority of the trash, yes I said trash, out of every room in this house. That was not in Dana's contract or job description, but she never even blinked. Dana did what she felt was right and let me just say I appreciated not only ALL her help with the buying of this house, but her enviable work ethic to get the job done. She was a joy to work with and if we ever decide to downsize, we will be sure to call no one but Dana.
(Purchased Home 2012)
- Christi C.