Our sales team works to represent the interest of the Home Trust –not you or our seller. For that reason, this may seem like a second job with all the calls, meetings and documentation you will be responsible for. This hard work and all the time and energy will be worthwhile once we hand you the keys to your new home!
Excuse me for saying so, but motherfucker! Can we just close already??
|I tried punching the list but it didn't go away.|
Yesterday I had all intentions of going for a run after work and then after receiving this list and because of the fact that it was 91 degree outside, I decided to take a nap. Some people deal with stress by eating. I sleep. In college it worked wonders. Until I ended up losing ten pounds and the only thing I did was sleep, workout, and study.
I decided yesterday that this whole thing is like conducting an orchestra; making sure everyone is on the same page and working toward the final, perfectly conducted, goal.
|YOU! Play nice!|
My friend Terrell said it's like they just want to make sure I really want it. It's still a mystery to me how there are so many morons out there who own houses.
UPDATE: I sent an e-mail earlier today to the Home Trust to ask about a few things I didn't understand from the checklist I received and it turns out some of them are things they need to do.
Seriously. I just want to sleep through all this shit. And I thought signing the contract was the end of the madness.
Ok, enough bitching. Time for something fun. Caption this picture: