Wednesday, January 15, 2020

              A Day in the Life of a Realtor!

Every week our team meets in the office for accountability, support and to learn something new. To reenergize is something we need to do no matter what our profession is and most often your Realtor is pulling a magical miracle out of a deal to let you go on your way to your next adventure. Yes, they really are and they need to stay positive and engaged too.

In addition, our job is to generate new business each day and your referrals do help us to do that. Referrals are our lifeline. We have to be very structured about staying in touch with everyone so keeping our energy up by meeting together, learning pricing and negotiation skills or listening to a motivational podcast, is a must for us to keep running. These are just some of the things we do on a daily basis to serve you well.

So next time you speak with your Realtor and hopefully it will be one of the McAlister Properties Team...( because we are the best) ask them, "What do you do to stay up on real estate to sell my home in today's market?"  I know what my agents will say!

Experience will be a great foundation but building up from there is learning and adding something everyday. Sandy McAlister













Monday, January 6, 2020



Hi there,

Happy New Year! We had a great group here today for our 11AM Magic Monday Meeting. The agenda is attached. Patty scheduled Michael Pierce from Max Home Inspections to come in tell us about their great warranty programs in addition to all the inspections they offer. They service the entire state of Florida.

All the best for a blazing 2020! I am always here to help no matter what.

If you know of someone who would be a good addition to Mc Properties or Just RE let me know.

“Never make excuses. Your friends don’t need them and your foes won’t believe them.”
― John Wooden

Cheers to you all! Sandy and the McTeam!











Tuesday, December 17, 2019

A Florida Christmas!
On the First Day of Christmas my true love gave to me:


A Seagull in a Palm Tree
Two Mickey Mouse Ears
Three skimpy bikinis
Four Snapping Alligators
Five Golden Oranges!
Seven Flamingos Flocking
Eight Key Lime Pies Baking
Nine Manatees Munching
Ten Hurricanes Blowing
Eleven Tourists tanning
Twelve happy hour cocktails
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!
Sandy McAlister, Broker/Owner  McAlister Properties LLC
772-919-8600
Serving Stuart, Port St. Lucie, Jupiter and the entire Treasure Coast
We are never too busy for your Florida Referrals! 

Tuesday, December 10, 2019

Merry Merry and all that Jazz!

As life goes by quickly, we hope you take time to appreciate all that we have here on the Treasure Coast! Riverwalk Boardwalk and River Nights in Port St. Lucie is having a ribbon cutting/groundbreaking ceremony with live music and food vendors. Thursday 5:30-8:30 PM Dec. 12 at 2424 SE Westmoreland Blvd. PSL 34952  River Nights is celebrated the second Thursday night of the month from Oct. to April. It is hosted by the City of Port St. Lucie!

Do small things with Great LOVE- Mother Theresa

Monday, November 18, 2019


Florida is warm and waiting for YOU!

Amazing how enlightened I feel when I have met with my agents on our Magic Monday Synergy Meetings where we talk about our business but also our successes and solutions for our challenges. The knowledge that we have within our office encourages all to do their best and think a bit about what could be done differently to sell a listing or perhaps find that quirky property that a buyer is looking for. Nothing is off base and all can be laid right out on the table to talk about.

We toured a great 1/1.5 condo today in Jensen Beach w/ pool and clubhouse all ready for a snowbird or a scale down buyer. The front of the property looks out on a golf course and the lanai has a lake view which is charming.




We also toured a 3/2 home in Port St. Lucie that features 1785/2719 square footage and a 35X18 screened lanai. The open floor plan is so inviting it is spills out to the patio for that indoor/outdoor living that everyone is looking for.



If you know of someone that either of these homes might be the right fit. Let us know! We are never too busy for your referrals!  We have a pair of flip flops and shades ready for them! 
Sandy

Wednesday, October 30, 2019

October 30, 2019

" A Centurion Celebrates!


We have a very special birthday to celebrate for a very special lady.  Her name is Ruth Fogarty and
she is 100 years old today.  If you would like to send her a birthday card, please send it to the office.

She is the mother of one of our agents and she is a special friend to all of us.

Ruth Fogarty
C/O McAlister Properties
735 Colorado Ave.
Stuart, FL  34994


Happy Birthday Ruth!








Monday, October 14, 2019

Don’t get all wet. Prepare for the rainy season while it’s dry.

As Benjamin Franklin once said, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.
We know. The last thing you are thinking about at the summer barbecue is preparing for the stormy season. But it really is worth taking a look around your house during fair weather, because finding out you have a problem during inclement conditions is at best inconvenient and at worst very costly.
Check your rain gutters.
Clear them out and make sure they are in good working order to prevent damage to the roof or house.
Look at your roof.
If you see loose or damaged shingles, get them repaired. Look for tears and buckling on flashing. Check the chimney and look for damaged bricks, cap or cracked joints. Don’t forget the flashing there too.
Check indoors for signs of roof leaks.
Look for discoloration and peeling paint on ceilings and walls. Check in the attic for damp rafters.
Check the trees.
Trim back branches and cut sections that could fall in a rainstorm.
Check doors and windows.
Make sure there are properly insulated with weather stripping.
Look for water collecting at the base of the house.
Redirect water with trenches or drains.
Keep sandbags on hand.
if your area is prone to flooding, keep them filled and at the ready.
Check for erosion.
This is important if you live near a hillside. Shore them up if necessary.