Hey y'all, I've been in the RV Business since 1993 and I have never been associated with ANY dealership that had anywhere near the Integrity of POP SELLS - PERIOD! There is actually a 'CODE OF VALUES' to follow to ensure fairness to all with honest transparency - it's like the Ten Commandments except there are 12 of them (VALUES).
...being 100% honest, accurate and up front in our actions and words so our customers have clear expectations of the experience ....providing a true and detailed description of EVERY listing we represent so our customers do not waste their time or money ....responding to customer requests and following up promptly so no one is waiting on us ....keeping our customers constantly informed throughout the entire process so our customers ALWAYS know what is happening ....providing the absolute best marketing opportunity at the fairest price for our sellers ....permitting co-brokerage participation on any listing, at any price, at any time ....showing respect toward our customers, our co-workers and our competition ....doing what is ethical and fair for all parties concerned, especially when inconvenient ....continually innovating and removing barriers to best serve the needs of our customers and staff in a constantly changing environment ....operating as a team of professionals, rather than as a single broker, so that we EXCEED our customers' expectations ....recognizing when we should have been better, being accountable for our actions and taking steps to ensure mistakes do not occur again ....operating with our customers' best interests as our first priority.
This is the way God intended humans to treat other humans and I am Honored to be able to conduct business in this way.
I grew up in a small town in Texas (Sonora) where we lived by these same principles and values. Deals and agreements were made with handshakes. You didn't need paper to hold your feet to the fire. Your handshake was your word and your contract to do exactly as you promised and agreed to. Your reputation and honor were at stake.
I'm impressed...I think you will be too.