❤️ #Repost@sarablakely ・・・
When I was a teenager, I went through a really difficult time in my life. My parents had gotten divorced and my friend was run over and killed by a car in front of me. My dad handed me a set of tapes by Dr. Wayne Dyer called "How to be a No-Limit Person" and I started listening to it all the time. I played it in my car on the way to school, on the way to and from parties (my friends refused to ride with me because of it 😂), and sometimes i would just get in my car and drive for hours just to listen to it The point is.. long before I started @Spanx I worked on my mindset, which wasn’t being taught in school. In school, they taught us what to think, and Wayne Dyer taught me how to think. Self-education is so important to your development as a person and it's the very thing that sets you apart from everyone else. The more you experience in life the more you have to offer others. So invest in yourself... it's the most important investment you'll ever make. Quote by @officialjimrohn#InvestInYourself#SelfEducation#Mindset#Entrepreneur
😮 Wow! See the problem here?
The TPR (Temperature Pressure Relief) valve on this water heater is missing the discharge pipe which is a 💥significant💥 safety issue, should the valve activate to relieve pressure.
In this current configuration the scalding hot water would discharge directly into the interior space, best case scenario causing significant damage to the home and worst case possible severe injury to the occupants.
Thankfully our inspector caught this! 💪
Closing is thought to be the final process in a real estate transaction, partly true, but there are quite a few steps that still need to occur to be "final" that most people don't plan on. First of all, the closing date, outlined in the purchase agreement, is never the date you should plan around or for!!! There are many many items that can fluctuate this day; lender delays/deadlines may not add up to it correctly, many unforeseen issues during objections and repairs. There are still a few negotiation hurdles to get over. From a seller's standpoint..... how do you know your buyer is actually going to show up??? And what if you move out? Do you think there's a period of confidence to "know" things are good before you make such a move? Maybe CTC "Clear to close"?? More often than not most sellers move out on a hunch, and occasionally it bites them (imagine making double payments, yuck).
Back to the closing date: New Mexico does not require the transaction to table fund (meaning the lender, if financed, has sent the money prior to buyer signing). They may require verification of the buyers signatures by copies before the originals are mailed. SOOOOOO, after the buyer signs, they usually want keys and possession of the house, right??? Most buyers plan for this date, and set up ALL THEIR MOVING STUFF same day. Usually to find out the listing broker won't allow them to move in yet. Why you may ask???? Well.... even if the seller has signed the warranty deed, and the buyer has signed all their docs (closed), the lender still needs to send the wire/money after verification. There's also a wire cutoff time which means the title company may not receive it until the next day. Once funds are received they can now RECORD THE DEED! This my folks is considered by many to be the 100% final step! Questions to ponder: buyers loan can be denied all the way up ti the closing date; employment verification happens up to date of closing, debt verification happens to date of closing, buyers cold feet, etc..... what about security for the home??? If the home, which is usually vacant during this period, whose responsible for it after both parties sign?