How to Help with San Diego Probate Real Estate
I was talking with a friend about the difference between the two words “service” and “help”. The word service is a wimpy word; what does it really mean?
The word help has a clear meaning; someone is in trouble and they need you.
Last month I was riding a bike while on vacation on Hilton Head Island in North Carolina and across the street from me a woman fell off her a bike. She wasn’t hurt, she just tipped over when stopping at the stop sign. The man with her (we can assume he was her husband) jokingly yelled “ Help. I’ve fallen and I can’t get up.” I may be dating myself, but that came from an ad that first appeared in Time Magazine 50 years ago. The phrase has become common in our usage today because the word help gets our attention.
When typing the word help into Google, often at the top of the search is the Beatles song: “Help, I need somebody.” Here’s a little factoid, there are 75 words in the entire song and the word “help” is in the song 17 times.
You’re probably wondering what this has to do with San Diego real estate. My team and I pride ourselves on the help we provide to San Diego Trustees, Executors and Administrators. We don’t provide wimpy service; we are privileged to provide help. If you are curious about the help we provide, click on this link: www.ProbateAndTrustHelp.com/testimonials to see what other San Diego Executors, Administrators and Trustees share about their experience working with the team of San Diego Probate and Trust Real Estate Experts at Horizon Real Estate.
And, as always, I’m Kim Ward, your San Diego Probate and San Diego Trust real estate expert. I’ve had the privilege of helping hundreds of San Diego Administrators, Trustees and Executors to prepare and successfully sell San Diego real estate. When you need real estate help or simply need an accurate answer to a San Diego real estate question, call me at 619-741-0111. I’m here to help!