My wife and I met Stephanie and Beth at an open house a few years ago. I had already been looking to ditch my agent at the time, mostly because he was not listening to me and he was pushing us towards a decision that he would make, not necessarily a choice we wanted. (We moved from the city to North Shore-a big decision for us as we've been downtown for over a decade, and still love it). Then we ran into Steph/Beth at another subsequent open house. I'd had enough with my old agent's pushy/slime-y salesmanship and we had built a quick and comfortable rapport with Beth/Steph. The decision was clear, for buying in the North Shore, we would begin a working relationship with Beth/Steph. Over the course of two years, they graciously guided us through searching, knowing the whole time we may not end up pulling the trigger for a long time. That didn't matter to them, they weren't hunting for a deal. They were fighting for our best interests, which I love. Never pushy, always helpful and always patient. In my experience, you don't often see that with realtors. You often get the hard sell, desperation mode style of pitching a deal. That hard sell and aggressive tactics tells me as a customer that they don't really care about the client, they just care about their commission. Stephanie and Beth are the polar opposite and we consider ourselves lucky to have had a few chance run-ins that turned into a fruitful working relationship. Win-Win through and through. No matter what end of a real estate transaction you're on, Beth and Stephanie have all my praise and confidence in stewarding a client from start to finish.