I work as a charge RN in a nursing home. That's all the background you need to know as long as you know anything about long-term care.
We closed on our second home on Thursday at 2:00, rushing through so I could get to work by 2:45. I had initialed the last form and was on my way to work by 2:33. My husband stayed behind for some final things I didn't have to be there for. The closing was supposed to be at 11:00 that morning and we were all there at 11:00, but all the necessary paperwork was not, forcing an adjustment in scheduling. The realtor, trying desperately to be as helpful as possible and, I'm sure wanting to appease both parties, (we sat at the title company for a good half-hour to 45 minutes waiting for paperwork that didn't come) asked me when I had to work and if it would be possible, when all the paperwork came through, for them to all meet me at work and do the closing at my place of employment! I know she had no idea of knowing, but I nearly died laughing at that suggestion! Anyway, long story short, we closed on the "new" house and our house in Ashland, WI is still on the market. So, if you know anyone who wants a gorgeous, large Victorian 8 blocks from the shore of Lake Superior..... ;-)
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