The strangest thing I did was on my second sale of my career. Three days prior to closing I was telling my hubby that I was probably not going to close on Monday because during the final walk through my clients noticed some wires up in the trees in a heavily wooded lot behind the house and it was on a steep hill. He asked me where it was and said, "Let's go". I said, "Go Where?" He said, "To get the wires of the trees." I thought he was crazy, but we did it. I owned a 4 wheel drive pick up at the time and so we went. He climbed the tree and somehow managed to unwrap enough of the wire to attach to the back of the pick up and away I went. We got most of it down and we did close on Monday. My hubby. My hero!
I truly believe you got us all beat. I gladly and wholeheartedly relinquish the "Best Answer" award to you! And I'm sure if it was possible Bill would do it in a heart beat!
Congrats on your kind heart and hard work!!
But like Fran, I've done stuff like she did. We even finished wallpapering and painting that the seller started but didn't finish, planted flowers in the yard, cleaned out atiic and basement full of years of hoarding, held garage sales....
Gosh, I hope that you didn't hurt your back carrying your client around! Good for you!
I haven't really done anything out of the ordinary to sell a home except on a condo that was really dirty. I went in and cleaned it thoroughly myself since the owners had attempted to do so and it still appeared worn and tired looking. I painted over the marks on the walls and even used a wood stick to touch up the water marks on the wooden bathroom vanities. It sold the next week :)
Best wishes to you!
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