Like a home improvement that you mistakenly thought was completed years ago, Disney saw some legal walls fall today after a California appeals court gave a Home Improvement profit-sharing lawsuit a brand new hammer. Let’s start by showing you the doorway where the leak is coming from. With the dinning room ceiling opened up, I could tell the leak was coming straight down and not running from another area. The spot right above the leak is the door. It must be pursued. The photo to the right was taken on June 11. (June 11?! See what I mean by summer getting away from me? It seemed like just a couple of weeks ago.) Note the garden hose in the picture. Prior to destruction I pinpointed one last test spray on the right side of the door and confirmed that it was dripping into the dinning room.
When I speak of distressed properties, I’m not referring to 1970s shag carpeting and formica countertops (ewww!) Distressed properties combine short sales and foreclosures. Only 5.1% of total sales were foreclosures (compared to 6.6% in 1st Quarter 2013) and 7.6% were short sales for a total of 12.8% of all sales being distressed property … Read moreRead More →