…I FOUND IT
It has always been a matter of common courtesy to leave any place that you visit in better shape than when you first arrived.
Now that I’ve completed the sale of my residence in Wildomar, and my “visit” is over, I can attest to my voluntary compliance with the aforementioned ethic.
As did every other house recently sold on the Pavla Court cul-de-sac in the Windsong Valley tract, my house was purchased by a “flipper.” While some may consider that to be a term of denigration, the buyer was a nice young man with sufficient resources to pay cash for the purchase and to immediately initiate a restoration protocol that has transformed the property.
Ever since my stroke in May 2009, I have not had the physical ability nor the financial resources to address the issue of “deferred maintenance” on the property. For the record, I went to express my gratitude to fellow Windsongian, Ray Addington, who graciously offered to care for my lawn, upon my return from the hospital.
Needless to say, my former neighbors, should be pleased with the end result.
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Unfortunately, only the City of Wildomar can do anything about the large crack appearing in the road surface. Another example of deferred maintenance?