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Old 11/27/17, 7:55 PM
Emmanuel J. Scanlan, TREC# 7593 Emmanuel J. Scanlan, TREC# 7593 is offline
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Don't forget the microwave popcorn. If the home is vacant and laundry appliances present I can also get all my laundry done.

I'll post a new topic on shortcuts
Why does the home have to be vacant as long as they are not due back for a long enough period?



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Old 11/27/17, 7:55 PM
Emmanuel J. Scanlan, TREC# 7593 Emmanuel J. Scanlan, TREC# 7593 is offline
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Perhaps we can get the Inspector Outlet to supply NIST certified biscuits along with a "CMI At Work" baking sheet and golden brown biscuit color comparison chart for our TREC oven calibration tests?
I think that's an outstanding idea! Maybe Nick can put something together?



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Old 11/27/17, 7:57 PM
Emmanuel J. Scanlan, TREC# 7593 Emmanuel J. Scanlan, TREC# 7593 is offline
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Popcorn is great ... the odors alone make the home feel "welcome" and "lived in". Don't "zoids" do similar with their chocolate chip cookies during their open houses?


We could also just add an apple pie to the mix along with the biscuits.


The "zoids" would love us.
Yes but what about those that like other odors, err I mean scents, to feel lived in? If I know in advance I'll eat lots of jalape˝o peppers before the drive!



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Professional Real Estate Inspections for the counties of Collin, Rockwall, Hunt, Dallas, Tarrant, Kaufman and all surrounding areas. If you want the the best you will find it with PS Inspection & Property Services LLC!
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Old 11/29/17, 10:02 AM
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I'll bring the butter and jam...



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Old 11/29/17, 10:23 PM
John Cahill, TREC 855 John Cahill, TREC 855 is offline
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Fahrenheit? For 30 years I have found every oven to be about 175. Is that what the F and C mean on my thermostat?
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Old 11/30/17, 6:07 PM
Tim M. White Tim M. White is offline
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I take a picture of the stove & oven being turned off on every inspection. So far this practice has served me well.
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