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Even though I have none of my own, I feel that it is very important for kids to be given independence and space from their parents; fly and fail on their own. This is exactly why this didn't happen sooner. I wanted to prove to my mom, and more importantly myself, that I could build a thriving business and support myself. Two and a half years into this wild adventure, this is definitely the case. But why partner now? What they don't tell you when you're studying for your real estate license is... well, everything. It is one thing to know what answer to give when prompted on a multiple choice test, it is another to figure out the other 99% of the job. I have heard that you never stop learning the business, but that's to be expected. The market today is completely different from the market of two weeks ago. What I have learned though are my strengths, and more importantly my weaknesses. Enter Lynn.
Lynn has been in this business for a decade. Needless to say, there's a lot of experience for me to lean on (and I most certainly have, with calls after 9pm a bit more frequent than she would probably like). While she is the master when it comes to the personal side of the business (what?! buying and selling houses stresses people out?!?!), I am the master at integrating all of the systems we use and the analytics side.
With both of our approaches now working in unison, our clients can expect an even better experience than they had when we were individual agents. It is with this that I am proud to say that we have become The Goetz Group.