Trusted Business Partners Matter


Trusted Business Partners Matter


For many years I have worked with our local Trusted Partners. I rely on our Business Partners to take excellent care of our clients, whether it's a contractor, insurance broker, lender, title agent...whoever.  My clients know that they can call me for recommendations for just about anything they need done around their home. This is such an important subject to me and  I make sure that whoever I refer out will give A++ service - consistently.

Liz and I have been helping people buy and sell houses for about 15 years.  And one of the things that we know matter a lot is having a network of support people we can trust to take great care of our clients.

Our preferred home inspector does a thorough job without scaring the bejeebus out of our buyers.  When the inspection is done, they'll know what's right and wrong with the home and how to best proceed.

And our loan officer?  He's all that and a bag o' chips too.  One of the first things we look for a buyer to do after contacting us is get with a mortgage pro.  Doesn't have to be our guy, but you know we'd love for it to be him.

Why?  It's not because we get some special reward from him, because we don't.  What we get is total comfort in knowing that if he says a buyer is good to go, they're good to go!  He's never yet let us down with a promise that wasn't met.

And he's also good at telling prospective buyers the hard truths, but giving them the guidance they need to become homeowners once they fix the problems.

And sometimes it's a small world and having a trusted partner comes with an unexpected perk.  Recently I was at the table with some would be sellers, and one of the first things we knew needed to get done was determine what they could do from a financing perspective.  The seller mentioned a bank, the same bank our guy works at.  And as it turns out, they'd worked with our guy in the past and loved him.

And the fact that our guy was someone they trusted meant we gained more trust with the sellers. 

It's a win-win to have partners you can trust AND others trust.

Want to talk about Warren County Ohio home buying and selling?  Call or email us, 513-520-5305 or

Bill of Liz And Bill aka BLiz


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The Liz Spear Team of RE/MAX Elite
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William (Bill) Spear, CRS, Ohio License SAL.2004011109  Kentucky 77938
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Comment balloon 4 commentsAnna Banana Kruchten CRB, CRS, Broker • August 11 2017 11:13PM


Hi Anna

I missed BLiz's post, which is unusual, but what a good topic. I'm sure many of us have a group of trusted business partners we can call on when needed. And I always like hearing about vendors my clients have used, too. Off to read.


Posted by Jeff Dowler, CRS, The Southern California Relocation Dude - Carlsbad (Solutions Real Estate ) 9 months ago

This is a great choice for a re-blog.  Thanks for sharing this one.

Posted by Belinda Spillman, Colorado Living! (Aspen Lane Real Estate Colorful Colorado) 9 months ago

Anna Banana Kruchten, CRS  wonderful re-blog I missed this  -Thank you

Posted by Hannah Williams, Expertise NE Philadelphia & Bucks 215-953-8818 (Re/Max Eastern inc.) 9 months ago


Trusted business partners are a big part of a successful real estate transaction.

Good luck and success.

Lou Ludwig

Posted by Lou Ludwig, Designations Earned CRB, CRS, CIPS, GRI, SRES, TRC (Ludwig & Associates) 9 months ago

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