The thing that doesn't fit is the thing that's the most interesting: the part that doesn't go according to what you expected. Richard P. Feynman If he wasn't one of history’s most accomplished theoretical physicists, producing groundbreaking work on quantum electrodynamics - and other impossible to understand topics - Richard Feynman would’ve made a wonderful real estateur. He broke down complex theories to simple line drawings, “Feynman Diagrams” not unlike a site plan one of us knuckle-dragging developers might sketch on the back of a cocktail napkin. But even more useful, Feynman identified the developer’s achilles heel:
To the naive go the spoils. 😂
Seems to me the universe (or whatever you name it) very quickly rewarded you for making the bold decision to let the deposit go and take your medicine. A great story that shows just how much of a hairline difference there often is between great success and losing money. And strangely encouraging to me in my current state of deals, so thank you!
you are good!