Seattle Residential: I Do That: Speechless Sunday

Speechless Sunday

Open House...Play Ball

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Baseball vs. real estate.



Loren's ready

I commented on a post earlier today about what to do at an open house when no one comes. I took this picture of my grandson on Wednesday. Be prepared, be focused, be ready. Remember the basics. Get that runner on third home. Anticipate what’s coming. Is it a fast ball, the curve, or a slider? Keep your weight back. Level swing. See the ball. A little tension is good for the athlete and the agent as well.





Glenn Roberts



Comment balloon 5 commentsGlenn Roberts • April 18 2010 09:12AM


Yes, I agree.

Be prepared and level headed, and NEVER give up.

Close, close, close.......

Posted by Ralph Gorgoglione, Hawaii and California Real Estate (310) 497-9407 (Maui Life Homes / Metro Life Homes) almost 11 years ago

Glenn did he drive that runner in? LOL....Great place to make new contacts and talk to some old friends at the ball park....

Posted by Dennis Duvernay Broker/Owner (Hillview Realty) almost 11 years ago

Ralph   There it is.

Dennis - No, he walked and later scored. A good day for Phil's Auto Repair. Little league was good for me when my son played and good or me now, both for business and for pleasure.  

Posted by Glenn Roberts (Retired) almost 11 years ago

Sounds like a great day at the ball park Glenn.  Yes, when at a quiet open house, you do still have to be focused and ready, because all of a sudden, the front door opens and in walks Mr. & Mrs. Buyer. Its hard after a few hours of nothing, but we have to be ready!

Posted by Al & Peggy Cunningham, Brokers, Our Family Wants To Help Your Family! (RE/MAX West Realty Inc., Brokerage) almost 11 years ago

Al and Peggy - Your best client is often your next one. Keep on your toes so you don't miss them.

Posted by Glenn Roberts (Retired) almost 11 years ago