Fun Facts and Inspiration for November 7

Fun Facts and Inspiration for November 7

Inspiration . . .                              

“We can’t solve problems by using the same kind of thinking we used when we created them.”

Albert Einstein

Did you know . .

Although Elvis Presley is normally equated with Memphis, Tennessee, he actually recorded more songs in Nashville than in Memphis?

The city of Kingston, Tennessee served as Tennessee’s state capital for one day (September 21, 1807) as a result of treaties negotiated with the Cherokee Indians. The two-hour legislative session passed two resolutions and adjourned back to Knoxville. It was later moved to Nashville where it is today.

A quarter has 119 grooves on its edge; a dime has one less groove (118)?  (Just in case anyone asks you)

It is possible for your nose to identify and remember more than 50,000 smells?

On June 11, 1776 Congress appointed a committee to draft a Declaration of Independence?  Isn’t it amazing – back in 1776 when they had none of the advanced technology we have today, they were able to write –AND AGREE ON – a document that has lasted hundreds of years, and they did it in less than a month.  Maybe we should require that of our elected officials today!!!

Unlike most fruit, pears ripen better off the tree?

An apple, when it is fresh, is made up of about 25% air; that is why they float?

In real estate, at closing, most title companies will require the buyer and seller to sign a limited power of attorney giving the title company the power to make changes to anything that was the result of a normal clerical error.  Although this is seldom used, it can be an important document if by a typographical error the wrong address is entered into the deed.

If you need help sorting between fact and fiction in real estate, give me a call.

As always, if I can help with any of your real estate needs, please feel free to text or call me at 615 417-8182 or email me at





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