Happy New Year to you and yours!
We celebrated around the Box Bend Ranch by hitting the bunkhouse early last night. I think we woke up around midnight to the sounds of fireworks for a brief second, but quickly fell back asleep. Yep, we are hardcore party people.
At any rate, just a quick note today. Remember yesterday when we talked about being patient and waiting for that glint of sunshine reflecting off a diamond in the rough? Remember how we were moaning about all the "dumb money" out there? Remember that terrific recipe for sausage dip? Wait...
At any rate, our realtor IM'd us yesterday with the stats on a possible renovation candidate. This falls right into line with what we want to do. And this is usually how it works out. (If you are patient.) The right deal will find you.
Now, that being said, we don't know if this is "the right deal." Neither does our realtor friend. Not yet. But he is going to do a little more investigating. A little more "sleuthing," and let us know. Right now, we only know that the numbers look right. The numbers look like the numbers we want to see, and our realtor friend has been to the rodeo so many times that we respect his judgement when he says, "Here is a possible candidate." And also when he says, "I need to investigate a little more before we pull the trigger." We are still moving forward with the new home build. That has not changed. But we are stoked by this IM from our realtor brother. And final note for today -this is the power of a good team. Surround yourself with good people who understand where you are, what you are after, and what you can & cannot do. Tie yourself to the people who move and not those who talk about moving. There is nothing more fortifying in business than a good team.
It's a New Year, baby. Go knock 'em dead!
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