A Day in the Life of LoCoMusings

Girls at the office

Yesterday was “Take your sons and daughters to work day”, so Madeline and Natalie got a day off from school and spent the day with me. They’ve come along in the past on weekends and during the summer, but yesterday I showed them a little more of what I do on a daily basis. We started off looking at new listings in the MLS, then did a market analysis for a potential client.

Girls opening Door

Next up was previewing vacant homes between Purcellville and Ashburn. We saw a brand new home built by InterActive in Hamilton, a single family home in our old neighborhood of Tavistock Farms, and a courtyard home in Lansdowne. The girls got to see three different types of homes in the same price range, and it was interesting to hear what they had to say. The biggest factor determining which home was better ? Could Maddie have her own room or not.

Girls digging

After stopping by the C21 Redwood office to drop off an earnest money deposit, we finished up the day putting in a sign post and brochures on my listing in Sterling. Despite the bugs, they were troopers and we got it done. We spend a lot of time together on the softball fields, so it was nice to do something different and show them a little glimpse of what I do. Who knows, maybe they will come in to the business with me some day.

Cheers,
Mike

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