I went over to the house yesterday to get a few pictures of the back and to my surprise, it was unlocked, which was both a pleasant surprise and a concern. I'm glad I was able to get access and look around, but also surprised that in this stage any random person could let themselves in. However, we don't technically own it yet, so I guess it shouldn't matter. As you can see, they've made great strides. The linoleum is in, as well as the tile floors upstairs. All the cabinets and vanities are in as well. Basically everything I had mentioned in my previous post. It's just nice to actually see these things in place and it begins to give a good idea of exactly how everything is going to look and feel. I took a peek at the basement and I'm glad I did. There was a bit of water in there which took me by surprise. The sump pump isn't operable yet, but to this point we had no signs of water in there and I had thought to myself that if we would, it certainly would have appeared sooner than this with all of the melting snow we have had over the previous weeks. Then I quickly realized that someone hadn't shut off completely the valve where the water comes into the house. It was a steady leak that must have been happening for hours. So if anyone from Ryan is reading this (and I know you are), there are some advantages to your customers breaking the rules!