It’s not that I’m never wrong.
That’s not it at all because I’m inproper a lot more than I would adore to be.
But when I’m wrong, it seems appreciate I’m really way wrong. That was actually the case when I was sure I was right about not putting more money into the condo that both of us were moving from. This was just counterintuitive to myself and others and I really wasn’t about to have any of it. Like why would I tear out working Heating, Ventilation and A/C component to upgrade the residential Heating, Ventilation and A/C and then move out?. It just didn’t make any logical sense to me. I understood the supposed logic of spending money in order to make a pile of money on our house. Still, I thought with the booming real estate market, were not both of us supposed to get a ton of money anyway? At least that has the way it was sounding from everybody I talked with. I entirely should have paid attention to my dad’s seasoned saying of don’t guess everything you hear. So when the realtor whipped out a long list of upgrades which included the residential Heating, Ventilation and A/C, I pushed back. I finally convinced my wife to just get the condo listed and then see if both of us can get what both of us wanted for it. And that was where I made a huge mistake. The people I was with and I cleaned out, painted and staged the condo so it was its most attractive. The people I was with and I even lowered the price compared to other houses appreciate ours. Then our condo sat for months with undoubtedly few potential buyers looking at it. Yet, once both of us upgraded the Heating, Ventilation and A/C equipment, our condo sold within a couple of weeks. Like I said, when I’m wrong I’m way wrong.