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What did you do yesterday? Keith Mishkin, Cambridge Properties President & CEO

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By Mike Sunnucks | Rose Law Group Reporter

Keith Mishkin

Do you have busy days and jam-packed schedules?

Then you can relate to Keith Mishkin.

Mishkin is the broker and owner of Cambridge Properties in Phoenix. He chronicled one of his recent very busy and productive days.

6:00 a.m.: Wake up and catch up on news and Words With Friends online.

7:00 a.m.: Kids off to school and then pretend to exercise!

8:00 a.m.: Catch up on emails from the night before and plan out the day. Start calls from the car.

9:35 a.m.: Arrive for my 9 am appt, ugh, still secure the listing!

11:00 a.m.: Meet with our New Home Sales Manager for updates on each community.

Noon:  Lunch with Dad for an update on his new golf course

1:30 p.m.: Call from title that wire did not arrive on a closing

1:35 p.m. Call from Seller in a panic

1:40 p.m:  Call from Buyer that they initiated wire.

2:00 p.m.: Bank missed the deadline

 2:05, 2:15, 2:25, 2:35, 2:45, 2:55 p.m.: Seller in a panic Seller having to close on other property or in default. 

3:00 p.m. Received signed listing on new community.

3:05 p.m.: Buyer agrees to get cashier’s check and title agrees to close by end of day. 

3:15 p.m.: Seller still in a panic to be able to release funds for second escrow. 

3:30 p.m.: Received offer on some lots owned by a client.

4:00 p.m.: Money arrives at escrow title agrees to close. All resolved.

4 p.m.: Sent LOI for a developer on a property.

430 p.m.: Closed on transaction above.

5 p.m.:  Met with team to pick out new carpet for the office and update. 

5:30 p.m.: catch up calls and emails.

7:00 p.m.: Picked up son at basketball, then dinner.

9 p.m.: reading in bed with the kids.

9:30 p.m.: finally see my wife!

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