Fun Facts and Inspiration for November 27

Fun Facts and Inspiration for November 27

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Inspiration …

 “If you only have a hammer, you tend to see every problem as a nail.”   Abraham Maslow

 

Did you know that . . .

St. Patrick never really drove out any snakes from Ireland?  The story was an analogy of how he drove paganism out of Ireland.

In 1875, the director of the United States Patent Office sent in his resignation and advised that the department be closed.  His reason: There was nothing left to invent!

A notch in a tree will remain the same distance from the ground as the tree grows?

Popsicles were invented in 1905 by an 11 year old boy in California – Frank Epperson?

Beethoven was totally deaf when he composed his Ninth Symphony?

None of the Beatles knew how to read music?  Paul McCartney eventually taught himself.

Scientist estimate that for every cigarette a person smokes it cuts 5 minutes off their life?

In real estate it is critically important that the terms of the various documents you sign are accurate and understood.  But there are also many terms that leave a little room for interpretation: For example, a home that is described as “cozy” may imply small.  Charming may imply old or rundown; FSBO (For Sale By Owner) often times leads people to believe they will be getting a lower price on a home; however, more often than not for sale by owner’s have unrealistic expectations of what they will get for their home – they list it for what they want and not necessarily what the market will pay.

If you are thinking of buying or selling, talk to 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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