Comments (8)

Charles McDonald®
Charlottesville Solutions - Charlottesville, VA
REALTOR®, Principal Broker®, Owner

I always like to (if available) give a plant. If it is a great sale we will even give a topiary.

Could be we give plants because my wife likes to go to the nursery :-)

Congratulations on the sale! 

regards Charles

Jul 13, 2007 12:55 PM
Christopher & Bernadette Hurley
Go Hurley Group - Sugar Land, TX

Sure go with a plant! Plants are a sign of growth and life, signifying his new life in his new house. Okay, maybe I went a little too deep on the fact, but I don't have any suggestions...

Congrats!

Sugar Land, Tx
Where Life is Sweet
 

 

Jul 13, 2007 01:24 PM
Lori McNutt
First Choice Real Estate - Houlton, ME

I agree, plants are always a nice gift, but in this case I thought since he is single and in his 30's that there was a good chance that it would't live long. LOL  (That's not to say that single men in their 30's can't grow plants!!)I just think that this particular guy wouldn't want the responsibility of it.  I was thinking something more unique.

Jul 13, 2007 01:33 PM
Todd Clark
eXp Realty LLC - Tigard, OR
Principle Broker Oregon
If he is a boater and living on the lake shore, give him something for his boat house.
Jul 13, 2007 01:36 PM
Melissa Kruse
Gryphon - Lewis Center, OH
I would recommend Sugar Daddy's. They are great, and can be personalized.
Jul 13, 2007 01:44 PM
Lori McNutt
First Choice Real Estate - Houlton, ME

Todd, something for his boathouse is a great idea.

Gene, I also like the vase idea, I think that might be someting I will use in the future.

Melissa, I had never heard of Sugar Daddy.s . Thanks!! that's very unique.

Jul 13, 2007 01:51 PM
Scot Walker
First Choice Real Estate - Houlton, ME
How about a LL Bean gift Certificate?  That would be perfect for a new lake front camp owner!
Jul 17, 2007 03:38 PM
Tracy Santrock
Fonville Morisey/Santrock Realty Group, Inc. - Cary, NC
Raleigh - Cary Realtor/Broker In Charge
Here's a list that I've pulled together from other members input. 
Dec 16, 2007 03:55 AM