After visiting the city of San Jose, Costa Rica and experiencing feeling uncomfortable, it occurred to me that with the right help I could have felt safe.
I was uncomfortable in San Jose because I don’t speak the language and everyone around me didn’t speak English. I am a communicator and I managed, a little, but an experienced interpreter would have improved my experience of the city.
This leads into how important it is to me that I be of help to San Diego Executors, Administrators and Trustees with their responsibility of selling San Diego real estate in probate or a trust. Knowing the “language” of San Diego Probate and Estate steps to be taken and interpreting for the Executor, Administrator or Trustee with the intent of providing them with a comfortable and safe experience is my passion.
Learning the Spanish language would be beneficial; it’s been on my bucket list and would definitely be worthwhile. Especially because my husband, Dave, assumed that I would understand what the Costa Rican people were saying to us. And, believe me, I gave it my best shot. That said, I’m pretty sure I butchered their language and may have even said a couple bad words. I was informed by one young man that “pura vida” or “pure life” is very similar to “**ta vida” which doesn’t mean pure life.
It was fun to learn some new words and entertaining to communicate as best as I could. The Costa Rican people are very kind and accommodating to visitors.
Now back to my point … Imagine how it will feel to have someone on your team with years of experience, someone who has helped hundreds of personal representatives with the steps that must be taken to prepare, market and sell their loved ones home. That someone would be me … and my dedicated, knowledgeable and detail-oriented team at Horizon Real Estate. Visit us at: www.ProbateAndTrustHelp.com/testimonials
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Buenos Diaz! Kim