Buyer's Advocate

Buyer’s Agent Appointment

It’s early in the morning and I’m awake, ready to take on the day. Like, I definitely still feel tired and wish that I could have gone back to sleep, but my excitement for the day has given me enough energy to get out of bed and push through my heavy eyes. It’s a good feeling to wake up on a Monday morning and actually feel ready to take on the world. Stuff like that doesn’t happen to me often, so when it does I like to make the most of it. 

Why am I so excited? I’m sure you’re wondering! I’m excited because today is the day that I get to visit the highest-rated buyer’s advocate Sandringham has to offer. I’ve had an appointment with this buyer’s advocate scheduled for the last three weeks, and every morning I’ve woken up and run straight to the calendar to cross off being one day closer to my appointment. Waking up this morning truly felt like Christmas. I am so excited!

I can’t wait to walk into the office of the buyer’s advocate and tell them everything that I want from a property/home. It’s hard for me to not just run there right now. I’m seriously fighting the urge to go and sit out the front of the buyer’s advocate’s office and stare in through the window until they’re ready to see me. I don’t want to weird them out though so I’m just going to wait until an appropriate time to go to the buyer’s advocate office local to Melbourne. I’ll get the train there instead of driving so that it takes me longer to arrive – this way I can leave now and feel like I’m on my way (because I am) but will get there in double the time. I’m sure for a lot of people that may seem counterproductive, but when you want to get somewhere really badly but can’t be too early, it’s actually productive.