So the person who doesn’t use the program and who repetitively criticizes the program now thinks he can answer Nick’s conversations from months ago.
The more I think about it, the connivence of having ISN do it for me outweighs any small extra cost. Because quite frankly, managing the Buy Back program can be a pain.
Although now I have go back into ISN and create new inspection types for pre-listings and the other non-purchase inspections. Which is a pain into itself, but at least it’s a temporary inconvenience, but will come with the benefit of tracking how many pre-listings vs purchase I do rather than lumping them all together as I have been.
So guess that ends up being a win-win after all.