I'm sure you've heard the news - now Fannie Mae wants not one but TWO lockboxes on every Fannie Mae listing. Oh the woe! Oh the terror! Oh, the expense!
As you rush off to order yourself 40 quiksets, like I was looking to do, you may quickly find that they are on backorder. A big backorder. Fantastic.... now what?
Well, the Solomon family has a solution! Custom built lockboxes by Little Mr. Solomon!
Don't you feel like a fool now, discovering a not-quite-three-year-old can build them, and you've been paying the big bucks all this time to buy them?
The lockboxes are nice and roomy. No more worrying if you can fit the 27 keys that you need for all the different padlocks and doors that someone just might want to enter that you have to secure because CERTAINLY people are going to be tresspassing in that falling in garden shed! Little Mr. Solomon happily demonstrates how a standard "tractor binky" (that grandma made!) can fit into his roomy, affordable lockboxes:
Plus they are guaranteed never to jam, and there's NO way a key is gonna get stuck in this thing!
So order one (or 47, for all of your listings!) today! Who needs quikset? And the vendors can't use those expensive electronic lockboxes, so you're gonna need something that can be easily opened for maid service - why not Solomon lockboxes?
Oh, you want a price, do you? Is that all you think about? I told you they were cheap - you really need specifics? You don't just trust me and Little Mr. Solomon??? Well, one package of these blocks costs $12.99 and we can make about 8 lockboxes... plus Little Mr. Solomon would really like a college fund. Let's say $15 per lockbox. Where else are you going to find that kind of stellar deal???
Stress no longer about the two-lockbox-per-listing requirement from Fannie Mae. We build these things in like 5 seconds, so we should never be backordered. We do live a ways from town, though, and it will take Little Mr. Solomon quite a while to bike into the post office to mail them, so don't expect next day delivery or anything!