New President New Home

Dated: 01/20/2017

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Today the most important real estate transaction for the last 4 years took place in Washington DC. At  a little before noon today Obama left the White House to move into a rented home in Washington DC and Donald Trump will take over residency around 5 PM tonight. 


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The White House staff has an extraordinary job to do today. This year especially will be more stressful than in years in the past due to the fact that the new president, Donald Trump, has chosen to cut the parade short and get back to work as soon as possible. This leave the staff with less time to make this years transition. 

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On this day, the White house staff will change the clothes out of the family's closets, making sure that the pantry is stocked with the new family's favorite foods and even making sure the linens are the family's favorite. 

The tradition of moving out one president while the new one moves in started in 1952 when Dwight and Mamie Eisenhower moved into the White House. It has been a tradition ever since.


I would be glad to help you move out of your home and bring in a new home owner with as little stress as possible. Call me today 

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