I find it amusing how some of these families/couples buy a home in countries that are not very safe and to which kidnapping of Americans is quite common. I'm not sure I would want to be living there in my house, secluded from other people, even if I had a lovely view. I'm referring to the central and south American countries. I'm sure the locals are great people, but IMO it would be scary, not relaxing.
I'm amazed at how many buyers are so picky about their demands. This is understandable if you have no price point, but when you want a roomy house in a prime location, for under $150,000.00, how can you be so picky about the size of the closets and bathrooms.
I also don't undertand buyers who want to live in the city, near all the great night spots to walk to, but complain it's too noisy on the balcony. What?
And if I hear any more whining over the lack of granite counter tops....Please.
I have a question. Since EVERYBODY hates popcorn ceilings, why do the builders keep putting them up. I know they do, because they appear in new homes. Why?