Nashville real estate - Saturday was my wife Elizabeths birthday, and i decided to take the day off, no showing properties, no setting up open houses, if I could put it off until Monday, I did. We spent the afternoon at the GArden and antiques show at the convention center in Nashville. It was interesting to see dining room tables that cost more than a new car, and clock that were 200 years old.
I had a call at around 03:00 while I was at the show, from a realtor wanting to show one of my listing at 06:00. This particular home was a new construction property that wasn't completely finished. I didn't ask, but I wanted to. WHY would you show a home in the dark?
I know that sometimes you have to do the best you can in the time you have, but I really try my best to show homes in the daylight. You just can't get a feel for the houses or the neighborhoods in the dark.
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