It didn't start out to be that kind of day. You know the one where everything is all lined up and ready to go....or so you think. Then the phone starts to ring. It looks as if the buyer's lender needs a couple of extra hours to get the loan documents delivered and we're sorry the last documents from the settlement attorney for HAP isn't back yet. Before you know it two out of three settlements are pushed right smack into one that is going along smoothly.
Anyone who knows Northern Virgina traffic knows even if they had been spread out between 1-3 PM with one if Stafford County, one in Prince William County and one in Fairfax County the 75 mile trip wasn't going to happen for simultaneous settlements. Fortunately as the listing agent for each transaction I was quickly able to rally some additional hands to cover two of the settlements (one the seller was already gone) and attend the one that was on time.
Out of the insanity comes the good news that two more military families, both moving to the Far East, were able to sell their homes using the Department of Defense Homeowners Assistance Program benefits. With the deadline for PCS orders quickly approaching Northern Virginia military familes who qualify need to get their applications in place with the Savannah office soon.
Now it is time to put my feet up and relax for a few minutes before I look at the calendar for tomorrow. Hopefully I won't have to figure out how to be three places in once again for awhile.
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