Anyone who’s ever waited until the night before it was due to draft a term paper, put off calculating income tax until the last minute or delayed a dental visit until a root canal was indicated knows something about procrastination.
For one thing or another, I’m sure we all have had at least a brush or, more likely, head-on collision with procrastination.
But the one situation in which procrastination is mandated centers on the pre-closing walk-through that is as much a part of the purchasing ritual as handing over a deposit check.
Delaying that visit until the eleventh hour to the property that is about to become your home is the perfect opportunity to feel good about being bad. That’s because Continue reading