Today has been a fun day – we got three or four amazing messages from happy clients. If you want to learn more about what it’s like to work with our team, check out some of these testimonials.
There are nine properties today, including another life-lease at the Marian Courtyard. It’s a really interesting form of ownership, and you can read more about it here. I can’t think of a better walking location right in the heart of downtown Milton. Although it would be great to have a nice grocery store closer than the Superstore or No Frills. Shoppers Drug Mart isn’t exactly the best place to do your food shopping (although it works in a pinch).
If you look really closely at the virtual tour on Heslop, I would be VERY concerned about some of the work that was done. There was an episode where I took a very critical look at the tour, photo by photo, but I can’t find it in our episode list.
As the history goes, the home was fixed and flipped last year, bought for $433,000, work was put in and it sold in May 2016 for $661,500… after hanging around on the market for a long time. Two things would have happened to cause them to sell this quickly (less than six months after buying):
- The current owners have a legitimate reason to sell – for example, a job change or separation.
- The current owners moved in and realized that there were significant issues with the quality of the work done on the previous flip.
I suspect it’s number 2, but I don’t want to read too much into the situation – I haven’t seen the home in person. If you want more “real thoughts”, then I’m glad to continue the discussion by email. I had to take a course this morning because another agent didn’t like what I had to say about their listing, and I suspect the same thing could happen here if I’m not careful. 🙂
So today’s video is a soundtrack (no in-person commentary)… it’s a nice song about saying too much! LOL