Following are a few key acronyms people use when texting about the Boston condo for sale
Texting is a popular way for people to communicate especially with the Covid-19 virus. Texting about Boston real estate might just be more common than you would think.
Following are a few key acronyms people use to talk about their home purchase or sale via SMS:
- NP: Not Pre-Approved
- SMH: SO Much House!
- WTF: What a Terrible Floorplan
- BRB: Backyard Ready for Barbecues
- IDC: Immaculate Downtown Condominium
- IMHO: I Might Hit the Open
- WYD: Where’s Your Disclosure?
- LMAO: Let’s Make An Offer!
So, let’s break these acronyms down
NP – Not Pre-Approved – This is not a good idea. One of the very first things you should do when purchasing a home is to contact a trusted mortgage advisor. We can certainly help point you in the right direction!
SMH – So Much House! Have you outgrown your current home? We can certainly help find something that is a better fit. Maybe your current home is too large? It’s easy to sell and “rightsize” your situation!
WTF – What A Terrible Floorplan. Don’t overlook the importance of a great floorplan. A bad layout can be difficult to sell or costly to renovate. We are happy to help you make good decisions here!
IDC – Immaculate Downtown Condominium – People love just about anything that is immaculate downtown Boston condos. We have seen all kinds of people from baby boomers to millennials look to the convenience of condos in downtown areas.
IMHO – I Might Hit the Open. OK, window shopping can be fun. But try to get your offer in before there’s a Boston real estate open house
WYD – Where’s Your Disclosure? This one is so true. Don’t let some smooth-talking real estate investors try to tell you that he or she has no information about the high rise condo they are selling. This one is serious, folks. Disclosure is a law…
LMAO – Let’s Make An Offer! Seriously! What are you waiting for? If you are renting, if you are in a Beacon Hill condo that you have outgrown, if you are in a home that is more than what you currently want or need, just give us a call. OR a text! We are always happy to help!
As always, we are here to help!