Want to know why you don’t screw with the Upper Peninsula? Stephanie Jones, a REALTOR® from the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, will tell you a story about a company that brushed them off the map (and how many beers it took to make amends). She’ll also share a crazy story that involves the Ted Nugent, internet trolls, and an important lesson in loving everyone, even if you don’t agree with them. Listen in to hear about Stephanie’s easiest sale ever and what can make or break a real estate deal.
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Time Stamped Show Notes:
3 Key Points
1.) Don’t screw with the Upper Peninsula!
2.) Listen to every opinion, then make your own.
3.) Continue having conversations. Somebody is always listening.
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