So far, no one who’s viewed my house has made an offer. I know, I know…there’ve been only four showings. Plus, it hasn’t even been on the market for a week.
Tomorrow, there are now three scheduled showings and an open house. Here’s hoping someone falls in love…because this morning, I signed the contingency offer accepted by the owner of the house into which I want to sink tens of thousands of dollars, and gallons of blood, toil, sweat and – no doubt – tears*. It’s a 1915 Arts & Crafts fixer-upper.
Perhaps, it’s all just a massive and expensive justification to build furniture with through-tenons.; I’m so over dovetails.
* Yes, I know I changed Churchill’s word order; poetic license.
Fortune favors the bold, or so I hear. Good for you going for your dream. With a steadily improving economy and your feet firmly planted on a brilliant career path, you’ll be fine! Besides if everything does fall apart I’m sure Schwarz has a couch, and just imaging what a great litter box one of his tool chests would make!!
Good luck on the showings and open house, don’t know how long closings take where you live, here in New York, damn nightmare. Try this closing one house in NY.and close another in Conn.trick ican’t close in conn, unless I close on n.y. first……