I told Mrs. Adkins that I really wished I could have an ALLY and a Fisher and to my shock and amazement Mrs. Adkins said that if I got the 3 bedroom Dunkirk instead of the 4 bedroom I would have the Fisher 2 story living room. Whoa the best of both worlds.
At this point it occurred to me I could be in serious serious trouble as the balance of power presumably unknown to Mrs. Adkins began to shift in her direction. The wife and I went to the model home at The French Quarter and learned of optional "Morning Rooms", "Upgraded Kitchen", "Gourmet Islands", "4 foot bumps", and "Upgraded baths".
We viewed the lot and determined it had enough rear yard privacy for our liking. We like the fact they were willing to work with us in the price. I guess I was in the right place at the right time because the offered me some incentives to get business going again in the area. We priced out the house and they offered to lower the price on the final product over $15k in addition to half off upgrades up to $30k. Finally, if I used NVR mortgage they would knock off an additional $7500.
Long story short where do we sign up!? We got the dream house we wanted and we got it for a decent price.
Funny, thing 5 minutes before we signed on the dotted line we found out ALLY was going to be available again since the bank rejected the offer presented. Hah sticker shock be damned we were proceeding forward. Poor Ally still without power and unoccupied it must be a mess in there right now especially with the ice cold winter we had. Poor little thing...
|Look ma we bought a lot.|