What kind of questions are you supposed to ask when looking at a house for sale? I don't know the first thing about real estate despite reading blogs on the topic daily and watching all the lame shows where people can buy things for like $100,000 (I just saw a Property Virgins episode where homes were seriously under six figures, it made me wonder how much of a king you could live like in Cincinnati for half a million) funded by their stand up comedy career.
This is not an open house with little pressure but a by appointment only place that I was casually curious about and made James (I really only planted the seed in his head. For every 100 random ideas I try to get him excited about, he'll act upon maybe 15. Currently I'm working on a late winter trip to the Yucatan, fondue in the immediate future, seeing Wendy and Lucy, Broyhill Brasilia furniture and not throwing cans and bottles in the garbage) call for more info because it seemed like a good deal despite being a fringy neighborhood. He was told that it was already in contract only to get a call a few days later saying the deal fell threw if we wanted to see it after all. Is that a sign?
But the part that's killing me is that in the ad they tout the home's appearance on HGTV's, My House is Worth What? and it aired in mid-December and won't repeat until March. That's important shit to see. Don't you want to know all the gruesome background you'd never get from a broker like how much the seller originally paid, spent on renovations and the inflated profit they're now seeking?