Here are a couple shots of Hazel One being gift wrapped in OSB.
Concerning our loss (yesterday's post), we are refocusing on what we think will be the best position to be in for the next six months. Additionally, the lot on Drew was on the fringe of where we are working, and has not gentrified as quickly as we guessed it would.
Okay... We were wrong. Or perhaps not patient enough. Or perhaps, like the overgrown children we sometimes are, we overloaded our plate at the picnic and are full with, but not limited to: the new lot acquisition (yep, we are still trying to close that one), subdividing existing land/lots in Sanford, the pending renovation/transformation of the Main Avenue house, Hazel One, pending Hazel Two, etc... In other words, we are no longer hungry for Drew.
We have found this over and over: Greed always gets in the way of profitability. Big eyes lead to distended bellies.
Lesson learned. Again.
In the meantime we will continue to adjust our sequencing calendar to the realities of what we find and look at ways to maximize return on existing projects.
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