We’re so excited to highlight a realtor that rocks, Tyneal Beckius! Tyneal serves clients in the Fargo and Moorhead areas of North Dakota and Minnesota.
Her bio reads, “I work specifically with buyer's to help you find your dream home. I work diligently to get you exactly where you want to be. It's my life's mission to help people! I am passionate about the Homes for Heroes program that we participate in that can be utilized my current and former medical professionals, law enforcement, firefighters, teachers, and military!”
As a fellow partner of Homes for Heroes, we love that Tyneal is so passionate about working with public and civil servants. We got together with Tyneal for an interview so you can get to know her better!
We asked Tyneal what got her interested in becoming a realtor. She responded, “I initially went in to real estate because I have a passion for working with and helping people. Buying and/or selling real estate is one of the biggest investments a person can make in their life and I love being there every step of the way.”
We couldn’t agree more. A home is the largest investment a person can make, and we both strive to make it a smooth process for the buyer!
Though it’s a bit of an unfair question as it asked her to play favorites, we inquired about a time when working with a client felt particularly rewarding. She gracefully explains, “Every transaction that I have been a part of feels rewarding in its own way. That may sound insanely cheesy but it's true. Every transaction is unique and every single closing brings an immense amount of joy for myself and my clients. It feels especially rewarding if we overcame obstacles and were able to remain strong. I also take a lot of pride in being able to offer my clients the Homes for Heroes reward. Not every agent has that ability and it fills my heart knowing that I can give back to those who work or worked in Military, Law Enforcement, Teaching, Healthcare, and Firefighting.”
It is very rewarding to get to know your clients’ stories, backgrounds, goals, and dreams as you work together through the home buying process. Your realtor will inevitably end up on your speed dial. Buyers and realtors work closely together over the course of about two months, so it’s important to choose one that is willing to work hard for your best interest.
For the grand finale, we asked a question every buyer is dying to know the answer to. If she could offer one piece of advice to current house hunters, what would it be?
“It would be to enjoy the process and let your realtor do the dirty work!”
Thank you Tyneal for taking the time to talk with us. Thank you for being passionate about finding our community’s military, police, firefighters, teachers, and healthcare professionals their dream home!
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