What Brings Me Back

Lately, during my morning meditation I have been reflecting on what I love most about what I do; the reason I continue to commit to this profession and to my clients, even when things get challenging. Even though we know that what we see on social media doesn’t fully capture the daily life of an agent, there are days when I wish at least some part of this false reality was true. You know the reels I am talking about – jaw-droppingly stunning homes with a beautiful, ethereal realtor gliding from room to room, gazing wistfully out of floor to ceiling windows at a breathtaking view of mountains/ocean/lake etc. Maybe that happens in some cases, but in nine years in the industry I have yet to glide or float through a transaction!
In my world, the days are often filled with moments that can be agonizing and exhausting, and then, in the very next breath, become exhilarating and joyful, like when the perfect home finds its next perfect owner and both buyers and sellers are elated. One of the many intangible ways I work within a transaction with my clients is by creating a container for the good, bad, and ugly that comes with all of it. I value this part immensely and know in my soul that I have the skills to navigate this journey with and for them.
The invitation to be a part of another person’s life during an emotionally heightened chapter, involving their largest financial asset is sacred and intensely personal. I am deeply honored to work with my friends and clients, often repeatedly, as they move through the phases of life. Recently, I helped a long-time client move to Atlanta with her wife to start a brand new chapter and be closer to family as they begin to grow their own family together! I had met this client after her divorce several years ago, and I have worked with her three separate times as she fell in love again, bought a home with her new wife and now sold that home to write a new and exciting chapter in their lives.
This is just one of the many stories I am blessed to be a part of in my role as a trusted real estate advisor. On the hard days, I reflect on these stories, and am filled with gratitude to be able to serve people in this way.
I slept and dreamt that life was joy.
I awoke and saw that life was service.
I acted and behold, service was joy.
Rabindranath Tagore

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Nilmini approaches every transaction in the spirit of abundant possibility and with a commitment to excellence so that her clients achieve their dreams and enjoy the journey as much as the destination!

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