Somewhere in my youth a character (movie or cartoon) uttered this line and here so many years later it trips off the tip of my tongue with an ease of expression that defies explanation. I pull the line out like a badly accented Clousseau with profound regularity whenever something happens that is a surprise.
Like when friends down the street decided to pack up and head west between when school let out and when we head back in about a month. A job offer materialized, considerations were considered, choices were made and, voila, there’s a garage sale and going away party before they hit the road in a couple of weeks time with a bevy of boxes and belongings associated with having three kids and living nine years in their Evanston home.
When you least expect it… life is fully of twists, curves, dead ends and new beginnings… it doesn’t always go according to plan (if there is a plan in the first place). But what we hope in those instances when something unexpected occurs is that we are among and amid a so-called state of grace, a sense of no matter what happens everything is and will be fundamentally fine.
What we also hope for is that there is somewhere to turn to get answers to your questions. And so for my friends who have an idyllic Evanston home for rent they have me to ratchet up marketing and send out the Bat Signal to attract to their loved and lovely home some great renters.
That’s what we always want when it comes to real estate questions – a person to whom we can turn for results, a person who we can trust to get the job done. That’s why I have such high marks among my clients because they know that I will do just what I say I will do. And I will do it in such a manner as to seem seamless. That’s the case now and it has been the way I have conducted my business for more than a decade as one of the most prolific brokers in Chicago and the North Shore. If this sounds appealing to you when it comes to your next home, I urge you to call me at 773.848.9241.
And in the meantime do let those among your circle know about this remarkably attractive home I have for rent at 3604 Thayer in Evanston, just a block from the pool and the same distance from Lovelace Park. It’s a welcoming home with 3 beds and 2.5 baths, a finished basement and flowing floor-plan with a great private patio and delightfully verdant front and side yards. Click here for more pix and fuller description.