Talk about hormonal downs and ups! Wednesday was full of them.
Loan appraisals are less about whether the property to be purchased is worth the dollars lent, and more about whether the lender could get their money back should the buyer default. As a result, a buyer’s appraiser looks very carefully at the nature of the building and whether they feel there is a market for such buildings. In our case, our very unique building could be seen as a lending risk. Our agent, Julie, did a good job of covering us with fact and honest and after a very fitful night and waking up grumpy we got a call from Julie around 9:30 to tell us that the appraisal went just fine and the lender is satisfied with the building’s risk level.
One Big Hurdle Down
And one more big hurdle ahead, on Sunday. And our solution for coping with that one is to….
Well, at least for an evening.
The inspection is scheduled to start at 8 a.m. and I’m sure if we are here anticipating getting up and out of the house by 8 a.m. that neither of us is going to get a good night’s sleep. So, we’re going to head out of town for the night to a place we’ve stayed before with a decent weekend rate.
I’m not all that happy spending as much money as we have during this time but right now minding our blood pressure and making sure we don’t stroke out or some such thing is higher on our priority list than being cheap and holding onto all our nerves and stress. As far as I’m concerned the expenses of the next 36 days go under the category of wellness care.
We enjoyed another day at Chicago Botanical. Since our last visit it’s amazing how many flowers have broken out into full bloom. It’s still early in the season but on a day with 76 degrees and clear skies it was good to be out and soaking up Vitamin D.
I’ll put up some images from the day after I get a chance to work on them. Right now I owe my daughter some images that I need to get to work on.
Talk to you tomorrow. 🙂