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House Hunt is under way!

I know it have been a while since my last post, but as one can probably predict I have been busy between work, the upcoming holidays and the fact that I am now actively hunting for houses.  Well yesterday I got to see two ones that I had been interested in from the outside and from their listings, which allowed one of them to be quite quickly after a good look threw be dropped right off the the contenders list.  While I expanded my search area and exclude one previously included area, with some new knowledge including commute time.

So Thursday after I get off work, I am again meeting with my realtor, and should be seeing some other listings that I am interested in, and possibly finding some more to added to the list of possibilities.  So for the moment I am still in the process of finding the right property, at the right price in the the right area.  But I am still quite optimistic and excited to see more of what is out there.  I hope to find some more time to further update you all soon. Till then thank you for your patience and for fallowing along with me.

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  1. Thanks for the update, was wondering how the house hunt was going. I'm glad you remembered to include the commute time in your equation for your perfect new home, many people tend to forget that fact.

    And I'll give you the piece of advice my granddad gave all of his children. Don't live in the west and work in the east, you will be driving into the sun, both coming and going to work.

    So, there ya go!

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  2. Not a problem with the coummut! :-)

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