Free isn't always free these days . . .
The web has made it more convenient than ever to find all kinds of “free” information. Alice discusses why “free” isn’t always what it seems, and what you should do to find information and advice you can trust.
Trust a Professional!
As they say, “There’s no such thing as a free lunch”. Alice talks about “free advice” and why it’s best to trust a licensed professional when it comes to real estate.
You'll find the video transcription available below this delicious recipe.
Crisp Potato Skins
Bake several Russet potatoes and cool.
Hollow out the shells and save the insides for mashed potatoes, soups, etc.
Cut the skins into long strips. Rub a generous amount of olive oil over the skins and sprinkle with salt and pepper.
Roast at 375 degrees until crisp.
Great for cocktails or watching sports.
ALICE - Free advice!
Free isn’t always free anymore. Computer programs have a variety of mostly legitimate ways to obtain our information while we’re searching, reading and shopping on the web.
But do you really trust this “generic” information from the internet to price a house, car, or jewelry? I hope not, because each one, no matter how large or small, is unique and benefits from a professional review before it’s advertised for sale.
I certainly wouldn’t trust a friend or neighbor to determine my car’s value (unless they were in the business).
I speculate some Realtors have fallen from grace because they were not on top of their game. As with doctors, attorneys, and other professional fields, Realtors must be licensed.
You’d do well to ask around. Search for someone who treats their real estate business as a profession.
Thanks for watching. See you next time!