Fun Facts and Inspiration for November 28

Fun Facts and Inspiration for November 28

Inspiration . . .

“Success isn’t permanent and failure isn’t fatal.”  Mike Ditka

Did you know . .

Davy Crockett was not born on a mountaintop in Tennessee, as the song says. He was born on the banks of Limestone Creek near Greeneville, Tennessee where a replica of the Crockett’s log cabin stands today.

The Cherokee silversmith, Sequoyah, was the only known man in the history of the world to single-handedly develop an alphabet. His syllabus for the Cherokee Nation resulted in the first written language for a Native American people. The Sequoyah Birthplace Museum in Vonore tells his story and is dedicated to the history and culture of Native Americans.

The peach is actually a member of the rose family and will have a sweet fragrance when ripe?

There are more collect calls on Father’s Day than any other day of the year?

Dogs can smell 1,000 times more accurately than humans?

Actress Halle Berry’s stunt double in the movie “Cat Woman” was in fact a man?

The liver affects nearly every physiological process of the body and performs over 500 different chemical functions?

In real estate 83% of home buyers used the professional services of a real estate agent while 88% of home sellers used the professional services of a real estate agent.  Those sellers who used an agent sold their home for 96% of the listing price on average.  And sellers who used an agent to list their property, on average, sold their property for 17% more than a for sale by owner.

If you need help sorting between fact and fiction in real estate, call a REALTOR who can give you the information you need to make an informed decision.

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 RolandLow1@gmail.com.

Roland

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