What Legos can teach us about real estate

Did you play with Legos as a kid? After building a four-story home last night with my six-year old son, I snapped a few photos to show just how much Legos can teach us about real estate. These images will give you a glimpse into some of the things I see while inspecting properties in the Sacramento area. Have a look and let me know if you notice anything else too.

I hope you enjoyed the pics. If you have any questions about real houses in the Greater Sacramento Region, give me a call at 916.595.3735, catch me on Facebook, or email me at ryan@LundquistCompany.com.

Comments

  1. says

    I love legos! What a great post! I love the window access to the 4th floor. And what a view, a lake, beach, golf course, city view, mountains, and park! I can see whey they built the house there! I wonder what the utility costs are? There seems to be a lot of windows that can not be closed.

    • says

      I don’t know about you Bryan, but when I became a father, legos came back into my life. My boys regularly ask me to build with them. It’s so much fun.

      Yes, the view is quite amazing, so the property as a whole is able to fetch high dollars despite some of the health, safety and structural issues. An FHA 203K loan might work for this one. You have a good mind to consider utility costs here, Bryan. :)

  2. says

    Ryan, great post! I love how you can create material for blog posts from most everything you see or do, and make them entertaining and informative.

    • says

      Thanks so much, Nikki. Everyone loves legos (even David Beckham apparently). I heard a story recently how Beckham mentioned legos in an interview of some sort and then lego sales went through the roof in Britain afterward.

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  1. […] Thank you to my two sons for building this together recently and letting me use it for this blog post. I hope you were entertained. If you do have actual questions about appraisals or real estate, I’m here. If you want to check out two other posts using Legos, see How Legos can help us understand real estate and What Legos can teach us about real estate. […]

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