Dear Dr. Shlabotnik,
Thanks for your follow up email last night after our 8pm discussion. I appreciate your very specific instructions on how to handle the situation, especially our collaborative in-depth analysis of what the plan would be should the seller zig, and if the seller should zag. I can tell you really put a lot of thought into this, and I think your input has made me a better agent. I have closed over 350 transactions, but who says you can't teach an old dog new tricks, right? And I am sure your anecdote about office politics at a research university has relevant real estate applications. I missed putting my children to bed, but that's what wives are for, right?
With respect to your email this morning, there are no updates since we hung up at 8:45 pm. I will be in showings today, and banks are closed until 9am Monday, so we won't get any updates until midday Monday the earliest. If you need to call me, please do not leave me 6 stream of consciousness messages, as they tend to clog my inbox.
On Saturday, April 17, Dr Julius Shlabotnik wrote:
I WAS THINKING ABOUT THIS LAST EVENING AFTER WE HUNG UP AND I WANT TO EXAMINE WHETHER OR NOT ...