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Jesusfreak101

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Thats kinda of the plan now. will take us some more time to build up the amount we need but thats okay. I remember talking to owners shaking hands handing over two months rent and moving in the next day. I can understand their reserve on it but seriously ridiculous still. oh well. we will be shopping around for the place we can afford and get all the money we can get together. It probably is still the best thing for me right now last pregnancy because of how double jointed i am my left leg kept popping out of socket and i couldnt walk as much later on for that reason. Dh and i are going to be going through everything and getting rid of everything we can and keep what we have to have and for a short time going to keep the house as empty as we can and like i said repair some things and find out were all the insects are coming in at... so ants, spiders, scorpions and beetles of all kinds including roaches are coming in going to go on a bug murdering spree.
 

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i can understand if we were buying more then just renting i guess i think its silly if we renting.
 

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@Jesusfreak101 I once rented my house. As a single mom, I couldn’t afford the house payment so I rented a small run down place just outside of town. I got some doozies before I learned to run credit, references and so on. One family even told me point blank that they could stop paying rent and it would take me 90 days to evict them. I told them I would kick the door in, pour gasoline all over and set the house on fire. Damned if they would live in MY house for free while I paid the note, I’d just as soon burn it down. They got a funny look on their faces, they suddenly moved to somewhere else.

You have to understand that YOU may be the perfect renter, but most people are bad news, late on rent, tear things up and move out leaving a mess. That is why landlords want to know so much, deposit, first and last months rent, all up front. People can be terrible because it’s not their property so why take care of it.

Buying a house is an even worse ordeal. Ours was a HUD repo, one of the worst experiences of my life. We financed it, but paid it off after we sold our old house. But in the meantime we had to go through the process and it was pretty awful. Just be prepared, it’s not going to your friendly banker anymore.
 

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The neighbors (trying not to get me to buy) said I would never be able to deal with the ants in this house. Ortho home defense every spring and almost no bugs all spring and summer with very few ants. Last year with no bee's I was making sugar water in the kitchen and had a 25lb bag in the cupboard no ants. It may be worth a shot. KIMG0033.JPG
 

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Renters are taking advantage of the covid laws passed to "help" them not get evicted for failing to pay rent, or other normal reasons one would be evicted. I have a friend who's trying to sell her rental house, let the renters know at least 6 months in advance, but because she didn't send them a LETTER in the mail, they are refusing to leave. They knew about this for over 6 months and now are demanding the written 60 day notice when she had planned to list next month, email apparently doesn't count. She has to wait at least an extra month longer than planned before she can get the renters out and list. If they refuse to leave after the 60 days she will have to take them to court, and only after that will she be able to have the sheriff physically remove them from the property.
 

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Renters are taking advantage of the covid laws passed to "help" them not get evicted for failing to pay rent, or other normal reasons one would be evicted. I have a friend who's trying to sell her rental house, let the renters know at least 6 months in advance, but because she didn't send them a LETTER in the mail, they are refusing to leave. They knew about this for over 6 months and now are demanding the written 60 day notice when she had planned to list next month, email apparently doesn't count. She has to wait at least an extra month longer than planned before she can get the renters out and list. If they refuse to leave after the 60 days she will have to take them to court, and only after that will she be able to have the sheriff physically remove them from the property.
Terrible
 

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Good morning y’all. Coffee is ready. DH got up at 3:30 AM, it woke me up. So I got up too, another drizzling maybe rainy day. Tomorrow is sunshine!
That is too early to get up!

Jalapeños come in so many varieties now.

Fun to play with.
As long as I don't have to eat them, not fond of hot peppers.

I guess our gas doesn't come through that pipeline, still $2.999. Of course l won't need gas for a number of weeks so if nessary I could wait until it got fixed.
 

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Hi y'all, got some business things started today, made a Starbucks run for a free drink, and got all 4 lambs walked today. At what animal number do you guys realize you have a lot? Not exactly sure why I am asking but... :lol:
 

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