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by Patricia Feager, 9/23/2017 Day 4It was snowing in East Glacier National Park and it felt like Christmas! I felt the bite of Autumn air and remembered what I left behind in Texas last Tuesday night when it was 96 degrees. The shiver was exhilarating! I studied the landscape diversity and though...
by Patricia Feager, 9/18/2017 While waiting for my computer to get inspected at Best Buy, I noticed a refrigerator that caught my eye. It was a Samsung and sure looked pretty, all shiny and new! I no sooner opened up a door to take a peak when the salesman popped up behind me and told me it featu...
by Patricia Feager, 9/18/2017    "The significant challenges we face cannot beresolved at the same level of thinking we wereat when we created them."  --- Albert Einstein Digital communication has changed the way we do business and Artificial Intelligence is the future; however, some things never...
by Patricia Feager, 9/17/2017 The sun shines in Flower Mound, TXNo tragedies, losses, or drama, it's a good day!My oldest sister has a birthday - so glad to know she's older than meA long-distance phone call is in order, wish I could be with her.T.V. is off. I have no plans on turning it on today...
by Patricia Feager, 9/17/2017 Selling a home is BIG deal. The best advice for sellers is to be honest when completing your Seller's Disclosure. It is better to disclose than not disclose. Home Owners should never let an agent complete a Seller's Disclosure for them. This is the home owner's respo...
by Patricia Feager, 9/15/2017 Good news! Christine OShea survived Hurricane Irma and what a roller coaster ride that Irma did to Christine's city in Naples, FL. Though much of Naples is unrecognizable, e.g., farmland, trailers; her building (where she hunkered down) took the blows of Irma and sto...
by Patricia Feager, 9/13/2017 PERCEPTIONIf a buyer’s perception is, an agent shows me pretty houses, they don’t think it’s anyone’s business if they can afford to buy, and the expectation is this is what real estate agents do; then God help the agent who runs their business haphazardly like a chi...
by Patricia Feager, 9/4/2017 PRICING ADVICEWhen it comes to other people's money, people take it personally. But that's not the problem, the challenge is having discussions with sellers about rising property costs, economic decline, and the reality check on the appraised value by an Appraiser. A ...
by Patricia Feager, 9/11/2017 Although the 2017 Texas Association of REALTORS® Conference has come and gone, wisdom and enlightenment remains. The conference was held at the Hilton Anatole in Dallas. It wasn't hard to be inspired when the hotel was filled with Oriental Art. As the last meeting en...
by Patricia Feager, 9/11/17 The 2017 Texas REALTORS® Conference was held September 7 - 11th at the Hilton Anatole. It was a great opportunity to host an AR Dallas Meet-Up from 7 - 11 p.m. on Saturday, September 9th. Thanks Bob Crane for inviting agents from across the Nation to hold an AR Meet-Up...

Patricia Feager, MBA, CRS, GRI,MRP

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Patricia Feager with DFW FINE PROPERTIES has sold residential real estate in Dallas-Fort Worth for more than twenty years. She understands making choices needs informed decision making. She takes her career seriously and enjoys helping her clients transition to a new location, whether it is local or from out of town. Keeping clients informed throughout the process with effective communication and understanding their needs is important. Her assessments begin with taking into consideration the current market conditions and providing truthful information to her clients. Knowing what their highest to lowest priorities are and facts about what their specific needs and the current market conditions helps everyone to understand expectations. Clarity, facts, valuable feedback, observations are part of the journey when moving.