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Why “if” Is Like a Four Letter Word in Real Estate in London Ontario

 Why do we, if ourselves, all the time? If I would have done that or if I had said that, and; on and on it goes.

If, a very dangerous word in real estate

This week alone, I heard the following.

  •  Do you see that house on the corner? If I would have bought it when I first saw it, it just sold again for $86,000 more!


  • If only I had bought three months ago?


  • If only I had put up my house for sale instead of 2 months ago.


  • If I would have seen that last week, I could have bought it, now it is sold, I loved it.


  • That was a reasonable price if I had only been ready.


  • If I could only get my wife, husband, parents, children, guru, mentor, lover, minister, cat,  to agree with me, I would have bought it!


 I if myself as well if I stand in that checkout line, will it be quicker than the other 3? If I don’t work out this morning, what are the consequences? If I do this, if I do that?

  I read that iffing is an average human (emotion) (reaction) (call for help) (uncertainty) or all of those.

 I do not have the answer, but I vow not to use the word if today!

 If I remember!


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Note: If you have more ifs you would like to add, let me know if you can!

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Ty Lacroix

Founder & Owner & Broker of Record of Sutton Group Envelope Real Estate Inc, That's all I can say about me! You see, this is about you, not me; you do not want to hear blah blah stuff about awards, designations or that we walk older people across the street, the reincarnation of Mother Teresa, walk on water or anything else to impress you. We let the numbers speak for themselves; you see, success leaves clues!

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