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When we decided to sell our house, I did a lot of homework. I read the sales results, tracked several agents and attended auctions. Finally I narrowed my decision down to two agents. One of the agents has a very impressive sales record and I had had several consultations with her, always concluding that she would be the one I chose. But then I decided to more actively consider Sandy Morris. During the first few minutes of that interview, I had changed my mind: Sandy would be the agent I entrusted to sell our house. Both agents had impressive credentials but I found Sandy to be warmer, more approachable and very knowledgeable. I had been advised by the other agent to totally de-clutter the house while Sandy advised me to leave on display the articles that gave character to our house rather than make it appear that no one actually lived here.

The decision to contract with Sandy proved to be the right one. During the entire sales period, Sandy was always available to answer my questions and to soothe my nerves. She is a very “hands on” agent; in responding to some of my questions, instead of giving advice, she simply did what others would have advised me to do. A small example: when I asked what plants I should add to the garden to enhance its appearance, Sandy went out and obtained the plants, delivered them to me and indicated where they should be placed for maximum effect.

Sandy’s advice was always simple but totally comprehensive. We had planned to go to auction but after on 2½ weeks on the market, she brought us an offer that we felt we shouldn’t refuse. The offer was for the price we wanted and the long settlement period we needed. We have never regretted taking her advice on that offer.

I would strongly recommend Sandy Morris to any vendor who wants to have sound advice, clear, succinct and relevant communication on the state of the sales campaign and the confidence that she is working for the vendor rather than for the purchaser or simply to achieve her commission.