Commitment and Confidence Seals the Deal with DLP Realty
Richard and Monica S., both retired music professors from Moravian College, were ready to sell their much loved Bethlehem home and live out their golden years with their daughter in South Carolina. This unique Frank Lloyd Wright-designed home sits on .7 acres and is nestled into South Mountain, overlooking Saucon Valley’s promenade shops. The 4-bedroom, 4-bath home comes with an indoor pool, sauna, and heated flagstone floor and is surrounded by beautiful woods, including a pond that attracts wildlife who often stop by for a drink.
Laurie Nyce, DLP Realty Success Manager, was one of several agents that Monica lined up to interview to sell their beloved home. She said, “We met with several agents prior to Laurie and they all seemed afraid to jump into selling a unique property like ours. When Laurie arrived, she went right to work with ideas and suggestions. Her confidence really impressed us and we canceled all of our future appointments with other Realtors(c). We knew we had found ‘our agent.’”
When meeting potential clients, Laurie said she always has a plan in place. She commented, “I always arrive early with a smile on my face. First impressions make all the difference and I always come prepared as though potential customers are already my clients.”
Laurie stayed as long as necessary to go through each room with Monica, who had a story to tell about each one, including the music room that holds their Grand piano, built above the home with floor to ceiling windows and a roof patio.
After discussing several different solutions to getting their home sold, Richard and Monica agreed to sign up for the DLP Coming Soon program. While the couple begins the process of preparing their home for sale, it can simultaneously be listed as a Coming Soon property, allowing for offers to be made ahead of time by motivated buyers exclusively looking at DLP Realty listings. And with DLP’s flexibility in their home solutions, the couple can adjust the time they need to settle and move on as they go through their home.