Monday, September 17, 2007

Fuzzy Meth

Imagine a house in Lynnwood that sold in 2001 for $90,000.00.
Now imagine that same house being sold in 2005 (four years later).

To determine value, your lender asks that you have it appraised.
Your appraiser establishes a value of $330,000.00.

The seller, of course wants more money (don't we all).
The seller's appraiser establishes a value of $580,000.00.

What price would you pay?

Now imagine that the house was a meth lab.

Fun Factoid: Public agencies use the Request for Qualification (RFQ) process to protect the public and ensure competent service from public employees and their designated consultants.


Anonymous said...

Ha, Ha - great analogy, equally tragic and hilarious!

But wait - are you implying something?

Anonymous said...

I think you need to fix the decimal points on your dollar amounts.

Or maybe you were using the same math as the enrollment forecaster?

Just kidding about the math skills - nobody could be that bad (unless you're being groomed for management).

Anonymous said...

The enrollment forecaster must have predicted the "Tips" fate last season. They will not get 46 wins this season. Sorry to trump you Marla, but really I had no respect for you last year either. Go Kyle!!!