Difficult home to measure??? Not really. An Appraiser just needs to step back, take a deep breath, pick a corner of the house and start measuring! This house and most houses for that matter, are primarily made up of right angles; this house just has a lot of them!!! When standing back and looking at a home like this, the appraiser can feel quite defeated at any hope of accurately measuring it and still being able to make it home before Sundown or Sunrise! But if he just carefully and methodically measures it, one wall, one turn at a time, he’ll find the house was not so difficult to measure. What one is primarily dealing with is a process known as “Confronting”. Any problem can be, or seem to be large and overwhelming at first. But, if one can simply “Confront” a piece of the problem or puzzle, any piece of the problem; piece by piece, little by little he’ll manage to figure it out. And, he’ll probably come to a realization that it wasn’t that impossible after all. Try this out with your next “Big” problem. Really “Confront” it, look it over and find one piece of it that you can understand, solve or do something about. Then take the next piece, so on and so forth and soon you’ll have to look for a new “problem”, because that one will be GONE!!! Norman Hubbard is here!