Brian knows real estate and he worked out that there are rules. Rules that every buyer should follow in order to find the right house. Rules that every seller should do in order to find the right buyer. Rules that will help keep you from wasting time with people who aren’t qualified or interested. Rules that will help you avoid trouble. Rules that will put you in a position to negotiate the best possible outcome. Some of these rules are well known, others are things he’s worked out on his own, but what’s super cool is that almost every single rule has a parallel when it comes to relationships. It’s the same process! Follow the same steps millions of people use to buy or sell a home and you can find the love of your life. And when you do, call Brian. He’ll help you two get a house.
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Excerpt from Spouse Hunting: Using The Rules Of Real Estate To Find The Love Of Your Life by Brian Belefant
GIRD YOUR LOINS
Buying or selling a home can be a long, frustrating, painful process. Especially buying. And really, it’s supposed to be. After all, you’re looking for THE ONE. You don’t want just any home. You want your home. Something special. You’re going to have to kiss a lot of frogs. If you actually find a frog that turns out to be a less frog-like frog, a crane might swoop down and gobble up the frog. The frog might meet another princess. Or more likely, another frog. Hell, the frog might spontaneously explode. Too much metaphor. But you know what I mean. The best thing you can do is prepare yourself for a long, dispiriting, frustrating, stupid slog. And the best way to prepare yourself is to have three things: clarity, focus, and a sense of humor. This book will help you have all three.
Clarity comes first. It’s the stuff in the first section (Rules #1 through #16).
Focus comes from the process –– the steps you take, one at a time, to accomplish your goal (Rules #17 through #99).
And a sense of humor comes from your father. Or maybe alcohol. Hell, I don’t know where a sense of humor comes from. All I know is that it helps to have one. If you follow all the steps and laugh along the way, it’s still likely to be painful and stupid, but it’ll be a lot more fun.