About three and a half years ago I walked into the offices of Century 21 Tradin’ Places fresh out of real estate school. Two minutes into my meeting with the owner I knew I was going to sign up. And thus my real estate career was born.
As Meatloaf once sang, that was long ago and it was far away.
It’s not a question of anything being wrong with Century 21 Arizona Foothills (we were bought out in 2005) or with the Century 21 brand. Sometimes, it’s just time for a change.
That’s where I am now and where I’ve been for the past month.
And that’s why you’ll notice the banner has changed; later today you’ll see the addition of the red, white and blue hot air balloon from RE/MAX Desert Showcase. (One of the side effects have having a fairly diverse web presence is it’s going to take me most of the day to get all my profiles and logos updated.)
I compared technology. I compared cost. I compared what is provided. And at the end of the day, I believe I can better serve buyers and sellers in the Phoenix market with this new company.
Change isn’t easy … I leave behind many friends as well as my mentors. I wouldn’t be where I am today without their ideas, their knowledge, their input.
But change often is necessary to allow us to do what we want to do in the manner we believe it ought to be done.
And so we move on. Still here at the Dalton’s Arizona Homes Blog. Still in the real estate industry. Still here with Tobey. Just with a different look, feel and outlook.
[tags]RE/MAX, Century 21, real estate brokerage, real estate marketing[/tags]