Rainy Day work

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When it's gray and gloomy outside so many of us try to stay inside. We are having a couldburst kind of day today in North Texas and the best thing about it is the flowers are just rejoicing! We have petunias in front of the office that are dancing in the rain! It's funny to watch them kind of wiggle everytime a raindrop finds a petal.

What are you doing for your rainy day? It seems that this same cloud is almost covering the entire country right now and while I know we will have some really incredible flowers by the end of this month. We have daffodils already. I am thinking about my end of the month and how I can best spend today so that I have a sunny face about then, too.

I have one buyer looking for a daycare business up to 2 million dollars. whoeee Found a building but learned today that it was just used for that purpose not as a business at this time. Drat!

I have a seller who was anxious to sell her 3/2 with almost a half acre of land and then decided to lease it. Drat again. I am following my servant heart but, hello out there. I could use one deal this month!

I did an open house this last weekend and the seller offered me an extra $1500 to FIND A BUYER! Ok anyone got a big shovel! I think I'm going to have to dig one up!

My open houses this weekend were spent catching up on paperwork and watching HGTV. I have some excellent ideas for home improvement. No one was visiting on Palm Sunday. Seller is itchy, not my listing, just helping a friend who really needed time with family.

Now I am not moaning at all-just a recording of the facts-I'm one of those glass half full kind of people and I know that sometimes you do have to get out the shovel and plan some Rumplestiltskin work-spinning straw into gold- so I'm busy today with some planning efforts. 

  • Find another daycare center-operating one this time!
  • Pull some under average market priced homes and then set some contact plans in place.
  • Choose new properties for open houses and plan to announce them better.
  • If I had a bus I'd be doing foreclosure tours after the buyers were qualified of course.
  • Those small corragated signs can be done up for about $10.00 or less if you do them in quantity.

Heh the good news is-with the weather this way I can put off cleaning the inside of the car until tommorrow morning! No one wants to look at property today! I've been wet all the way through but, it has been a really productive day. Sometimes the rain is important for our growth, too! Have a big glass of water but, remember to leave it "half full!"

 

Posted by

Doris Barnett NAR Certified e-PRO Trainer

RE/MAX Associates of Dallas 

1221 Abrams #130

Richardson, TX 75081

972-907-0000 x 212

 

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