“I’m going to tell you about working with Charles Flaxel at Moon Creek Homes, and I’m going to try to do this in a clear, direct way. I am also going to try to use specific details because I’m not sure that me saying something like, “he was easy to work with” or “it went well” is going to be useful for you to hear. But, on the off-chance it is useful for you to hear: Charles was easy to work with, and the whole process went well.
Charles was easy to work with, and the whole process went well.
I wasn’t planning to sell my place when I first got in touch with Charles/Moon Creek Homes in late 2018. I tried selling the place in early 2015 but had no luck. At that time, the place was ready to show prospective buyers. It was empty and clean with fresh interior paint, a new kitchen floor and countertops, and a modest price. No luck.
When I started interacting with Charles, the place was chaos: 2 slobs, 3 dogs, and an array of clutter, dirty laundry, and trash. I’m not particularly proud of this fact, but it’s worth mentioning because I delayed having Charles out to look at the property a couple of times because I was self-conscious about the chaos of my living situation. If you’re thinking, “Once I get this place straightened up, then I can let someone in to look around and talk to me about a price” – you should know that you don’t have to worry about that.
Here are some of the key points that I think are useful to know: