7 Horrifying Fears Every Real Estate Agent Can Relate With

joe kerouac authorBy Joe Kerouac  |  Read Bio

Sometimes there is a very fine line between what a real estate agent hopes and fears.


The Hope: What agents hope their open house will look like.


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The Fear: What an open house can end up looking like.


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The Hope: Making good money as a real estate agent…or at least make a living doing it.


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The Fear: Barely making enough money to even own a home, let alone sell one.


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The Hope: Being too busy all day to even check Facebook.


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The Fear: Getting caught on Facebook…playing Candy Crush…like every hour of the day.


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The Hope: Showing houses that the seller obviously cares about the fact that you are bringing buyers to see their home.


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The Fear: Showing houses that make you wonder if the seller even remembers their house is on the market…


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The Hope: Having leisurely networking lunches with colleagues or past clients, working on deals and developing new business.


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The Fear: Eating alone. In the car. While catching up on e-mail. Again.


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The Hope: Going to closings where the seller and buyer are both happy and smiling.


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The Fear: Going to closings where the buyer and seller probably shouldn’t even be in the same building, let alone the same room.


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The Hope: Being welcomed and respected by people as a professional with great thoughts, knowledge, and skills.


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The Fear: Being seen as some sort of a shady sales person.


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