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Old January 14, 2019, 01:26 PM
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Default That reminds me of this situation...

Originally Posted by GordonJ View Post
She may take a permanent vacation, after her divorce from the richest man in the world. I wonder if she ... oh never mind, toothless old dogs don't chase sports cars, and seldom leave the porch.


PS. Just one of her type clients and you could do well with the divorce vacation biz, eh?
Hi Gordon,

That reminds me of something...

A person I know likes to buy property. One thing he loves is buying from people who recently inherited the property, such as if they inherited from a relative who recently passed away...

He likes this, because it's likely the sellers don't know what they're doing. They don't know the value of the property, and they're not experienced at negotiating. (They are not the ones who bought the property in the first place.)

So he loves these types of situations... Because he can often buy the property at a discount...

The divorce thing reminded me of that, because I imagine, in some cases, this also happens in divorces. Sometimes, a divorcee just wants to get rid of something, and may not know much about it - because it was bought by their ex-spouse...

Some might feel uncomfortable about this, but I mention it because it's true, and it's good to deal in truth...!

Best wishes,

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