Real Estate Ramblings (RER) is a new series. This is the pilot post/episode, in which the plot is set in motion, and the main characters introduced.
The plot concerns a move from Boston to Washington DC. Three of the main plot strands are: selling property in Boston; buying property in, or near, DC; and the actual move.
The family on the move provides four of the main characters:
- Pack Dog, one of the parents, who tends to hoard stuff. PD would be called Pack Rat were it not for RER’s use of Chinese astrology, whereby each character’s name includes the animal of birth year.
- Minimalist Pig, the other parent, who sees the move as an opportunity to shed ugly excess possessions.
- Lovable Lamb, the older of the two kids, and the big sister of…
- Playful Puppy, the youngest member of the family. His parents hope that he will be out of diapers before the move: PP himself isn’t making any promises.
Other key characters include the agents. Roger Johnson is helping with the purchase a house in the DC area.
Ellen Grubert and Janis Lippman are the agents for the sale of the Boston property. To be more specific, the property is a condo in Boston’s friendliest neighborhood, and here’s the condo’s page at E&J’s site.
The frame from the pilot episode shows PP marveling at what he sees as the sudden arrival of a huge and mysterious box. We’ll learn more about this box during the RER season. Stay tuned!
3 thoughts on “Real Estate Ramblings: Pilot”
sorry to hear you are moving. the weather in DC is terrible … especially in the summer, but the people are nicer. Which isn’t saying much.
My wife thinks that she’ll like the weather there better, because she doesn’t like the snow and the cold here.
Spring is meant to be great in DC, with the blossom and all, but it might not be so great for those of us with seasonal allergies. I’m not looking forward to the DC summer. I’ll miss the New England fall.
So I guess I’m with you on the weather.