Tuesday, May 17, 2016

Let the show begin

First thing this morning I got an email from our realtor that there was another showing scheduled for 7pm this evening. Then after I got to work another one for this afternoon at 4pm. Wooo! Let's hope we end up getting more than one offer.  That's how most homes in our market area are selling lately.

I decided to just come back home from work, since I wouldn't make it home before the 4pm showing and I wanted to make sure all the little things DH is oblivious to were neat and tidy. Like he wouldn't even notice that the duvet cover is all rumpled because a dog had been sleeping on the bed. So, I got home and quickly ran the vacuum (I already dusted this morning before I left). DH got the lawn freshly mowed - but not before the dang lawn mower wouldn't start! C'mon universe - just give us a break. LOL! He got it running (thinks it's going to need a new battery) thankfully and the lawn is all mowed now. All the blinds are open, everything is just right.  So, unless we get another message that another showing got added, we have a couple hours before we have to get out of here, with the dogs, for a half hour. We'll just run over to Wendy's and get us some dinner, while we are waiting.

As I was typing this out the realtor sent me another email - another showing scheduled for 3:15 today. Now I'm really glad I got back home. Keep your fingers crossed for us :)

8 comments:

  1. Awesome that you are having so much traffic now! Fingers crossed you find a potential buyer soon! =)

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  2. Woo-hoo - I hope an offer comes in quickly! 3 showings in one day - WOW!

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  3. Fingers & toes crossed!! Keep us posted - so excited for you & DH!! Hope this all goes smoothly!!

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  4. Woot! Lots of interest is a hood sign! Good luck!!!

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  5. I mean a GOOD sign! A good sign in da hood! ����

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  6. Thanks everyone for the good wishes and fingers crossed! We are trying to be hopeful and optimistic about it all.

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