Sorry to hear, war.Haven't seen my grandmother in about a year, during that time she has declined a good bit. Over the past few weeks she has been telling my mother how excited she was to see me and my family, including my son for the first time.
Went to see her this morning, and she just stared at me blankly and asked who I was.
I deal with this on a daily basis with my line of work, and it never phases me. Today hit me like a ton of bricks.
You'll find the right house soon, Dev.Heard back from the realtor earlier today that someone else submitted an offer on the house we like. It was the same money so we had to increase our offer. We reluctantly did because we already offered asking price. Just heard back that we did not get the home. I know everything happens for a reason and all the other cliche's but when you are that close to finally owning a home you start to mentally move in and plan stuff. Just another kick in the jewels. Back to searching.
Ours is within $3,000 of where I got it in 2003. Went from 118K to almost 150K in 2007, down to $110K and is at 115K now.We bought out house 5 years ago for $164k. It was appraised by three different companies today at an average of $146k. Ouch.
Feel free to send me a PM if you need a bit of unofficial, in no way, shape or form, anything that can be considered a legal opinion, advice. I think I #lawyered that correctly. Seth?Wish that was an option dude.
Well that would depend if you're licensed and hanging your license with a brokerage, since only the broker can get paid. The broker of course, then pays the agent. If you have no license, you have a frowny face. Wake, that's a big question you'll see again.Quick, Ward, use your realtor math and tell me how much commission I just made!!!
I think Dev just bought me a boat and Jordan a golf trip to Scotland and Ireland. Please confirm.
This in no way sounds like it will pay for a boat, golf trip abroad, and QH membership. I quit.Well that would depend if you're licensed and hanging your license with a brokerage, since only the broker can get paid. The broker of course, then pays the agent. If you have no license, you have a frowny face. Wake, that's a big question you'll see again.
HOWEVER, if you were? If the commission were at 3% (no commission is standard) then you would make about 4,380 before paying your broker on any commission splits you have.
We bought our house 5 years ago for $164k. It was appraised by three different companies today at an average of $146k. Ouch.
Honestly man Mike is a really good dude. I'll do everyone a favor and sell him the house for an even $1 million. I'll also hook you up with that golf trip and I'll give Wardy 3% for participating. The LH putters are out of the deal though.No way. We're firm at 1.55 mil.