It's not champagne and caviar, but

I came into a home yesterday and found this on the kitchen counter, I felt like Santa Claus on Christmas Eve, no milk but the water was cold and the cookies were good. A nice appreciation for a home inspector!


Or someone who wants to play mind games.

I’m easy to please, that woulda made my day…:stuck_out_tongue:

Ahhhh, yes…The old seller’s “Ex Lax chip cookies with the water turned off at the street in order to get the inspector in and out in a hurry trick”.

Of course, you didn’t eat them, did you?

Man, that was real similar to what was running through my mind and here it is. I don’t know if I woulda’ enjoyed or dreaded growing up with you mixed in with all my brothers and sisters. :smiley:

during these tough times in the current market…no holes are barred when it comes to palm greasing

In Illinois there’s usually an envelope under the plate. :mrgreen:

Especially if the seller works for the state. :shock:

Agreed, Steve. The nice people tend to leave a nice home as well. Although I wouldn’t pig out till the inspection was done. :stuck_out_tongue:

John Kogel

oh that’s so nice!
never had such an experience!
but i also can agree with john and steve … nice people … nice home!

Now…that would have made my day!!