Happy Friday! I hope that 2019 is off to a good start for you. This week my neighbor put his house on the market which started me thinking about how houses for sale are described in listings and how some of those words could mean something just a little different from what one might assume.
Breathtaking – one whiff of the basement and your eyes will water and your will cough uncontrollably.
Classic – this was a great house when in was built in 1945 and not a thing has been changed since.
Retro – you will love the avocado green appliances, shag carpeting and wagon wheel light.
Intimate – not quite large enough for your family, even if it is a family of one.
Easy Highway Access – simply back out of your driveway and voila’ you are on the entrance ramp to I-75.
Get-away – almost impossible to find and the address does not appear on any map.
Great Investment – plan on investing every dollar you make to try to get this one up-to-date.
One-of-a-kind – built by four different contractors without the aid of any blueprints.
Quiet – all the other houses on the street have been abandoned.
Mature Landscaping – you will need a machete to find the front door.
Priced to Sell – as long as you are willing to overpay.
Motivated Buyer – he is motivated to take every dollar possible from you.
Storybook – every house has a story to tell and this one could have been written by Stephen King.
Thought for the Week
We should all be concerned about the future because we will have to spend the rest of our lives there. ~Charles F. Kettering