Answer: Less likely! Well, that’s good news. This is a nice bit of optimism (even though the end of the article isn’t there) in a world of it’s-the-end-of-the-world real estate.
The more I think about it, the grosser it is. So, I try not to think about it. I’m talking about septic systems. I’m a city girl. I grew up 30 minutes outside of L.A. and we have sewer systems there, thank you very much. The first time I heard about a septic system was […]
Apparently, when someone applies for a Program Director position at a radio station, they need to include a line or two about their ‘radio philosophy’. My brother and his ex-wife have been in radio for years. On his climb up the corporate ladder, my brother developed his radio philosophy – “If it isn’t/wasn’t a hit, don’t […]
I think it’s really more of the ubiquitous flyer issue. Ubiquitous among sellers anyway. “Are you going to put flyers in front of the house?” they ask. I don’t. I never do. No one buys a house only because it looks good on paper. They buy because they feel emotionally connected to the house. They […]
Maybe insure it? Sure there may be nothing on it, but someone could hurt themselves or, who knows what else, while walking around your property, and then sue you for damages. Here’s an idea which, as our society becomes increasingly litigious, might be a great option.
I’ve posted about this before…be sure to contact your lender if times get tough. Also, I’ve asked to PLEASE use a local lender because loanguyontheinternet-dot-com doesn’t care about you and they don’t care about their local reputation. The erudite Rhonda Porter penned this great reminder about how bad lenders do business and how good lenders don’t. If you […]