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Do it.I had considered that. If I really wanted I should have offered more but I was getting caught up in the game.
My guess is that they'll go to the offer that we beat, disclose the cesspool and propose a solid discount.
Though, if it is relisted, I might offer under an LLC so they don't know it's me. As I've already done an inspection and know the place well, I could offer cash and waive the inspection, which should get their interest.
And then show up at the close like Jesse in Breaking Bad.
where do you live and what type of seed are you planting?Correct as thatch is actually a oart of the soil layer. I am scarifying and overseeding once my lawn guy aerates and then spreading a peat moss layer. Hopefully things will hold till winter but hoping to have a better start next spring.
Midwest and planting a mix of KBG, rye and fescue. There is a lot of compaction in areas which is why I aerated this spring and again this fall. Walking around there are really a lot of hard areas and I don't want to till up whatever grass is there. After the aeration I am planning on scooping the plugs and using them to level some really bad areas. I really want to do a full level but I don't have the equipment to spread 2 truckloads of loam and run a drag, etc. Instead this fall I am experimenting with scarifying to cut some slits and then overseeding and seeing how things look in a month and early next spring. Worst case is I have a jump start on leveling with an already dead lawn.where do you live and what type of seed are you planting?
Re: aeration, you sound knowledgable, but i find it to be a scam 9 times out of 10, if not more, unless you have had construction equipment on the lawn or something like that or are in a region that has constant heavy snow.