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Tag Archives: house hunting
I could say I’ve been so busy (stressed, anxious, preoccupied). Or that my time has been co-opted by my job (husband, Christmas shopping, organizing). Or that I’ve been changing locations daily. Actually, I could say it all. But I won’t … Continue reading
And “waiting” is indeed the operative word. First, I couldn’t find my camera, so no blog. Then, house stuff happened, and I didn’t want to blog. I know this is a ridiculous fear…but I’m afraid to jinx anything by posting … Continue reading
That’s right! We may very soon be bona fide homeowners! Home inspection is scheduled for Tuesday and that’s probably when it’ll feel even more real. As you can see, Chris is particularly excited. We celebrated with mom’s yummy turkey chili … Continue reading
Reaching any agreements with the seller of the first house on which we offered proved impossible. We even thought briefly about giving up postponing the house hunt. But, in the end, we decided to hang in for another round. We just … Continue reading
We’ve been (and still are) debating whether to purchase a home or continue to rent. Let’s be clear about one thing: WE HATE RENTING. ESPECIALLY IN COLLEGE TOWNS. We’d come to the conclusion that we could purchase a condo for … Continue reading