There's a lot of buzz these days about "Enhanced Interrogation Techniques." What did CIA operatives do to get confessions and information from our terrorist enemies? What members of Congress knew about it?
Well, I'm not a member of the CIA (and if I were, do you think I'd tell you?), but I am a CRS -- a Certified Residential Specialist. So, today we're going to discuss...
Enhanced Interrogation Techniques for Real Estate.
The first vision that came to my mind upon hearing the phrase "Enhanced Interrogation Techniques" is the classic scene in the movie "Back to School" where Sam Kinison as history Professor Turguson attempts to get an answer from his students. Enjoy:
In real estate, whether you are buying or selling a home, the process is simple. You tell me what you want. What are your goals? What type of home are you looking to buy? Where do you want to live? How much do you want to spend on fixing up little problems around your house? When do you want to sell? How much money are you trying to walk away with? Do you like the home? What's wrong with the house? Etc. etc.
We're on the same team. We're not enemy combatants.
No Enhanced Interrogation Techniques are necessary in real estate.
Just tell me what you want and I'll help you get there.
Contact Brian Block, REALTOR/Attorney, RE/MAX Allegiance: Licensed in Virginia & Washington D.C. 703-626-0715. If you are interested in purchasing or selling a property in Northern Virginia including Arlington County, Alexandria City, Annandale, Burke, D.C., Fairfax County, Falls Church City, Great Falls, Lorton, McLean, Springfield, Washington D.C., contact Brian today.
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