Highlights of today's show:
- My wife, Lisa, joins me on today's show
- We're getting ready to move!
- The process of purchasing our new home
- The one thing you don't want to forget when buying a home
- The importance of buying a home you can afford
My wife and I have been busy packing for our upcoming move but we were able to take a few minutes and share what has been going on in our lives the past few weeks. On Lesson #48 Lisa and I shared how we are in contract with our condo and we were looking for a new home. Well, a few weeks have passed and a lot of things have happened. We didn't get the house we really wanted, but we did find a house that will fit our family needs.
In today's lesson we discuss the process of negotiating on buying a home, why you want to have a home inspection, the importance of buying a home you can afford, what we have learned so far in moving, and overall lessons we have learned in the whole selling and buying a home.
Right now we are busy packing boxes and getting ready to move which can be quite stressful. But overall we have been really excited with how the process is going and it is quite comforting to know that we haven't broken the budget to buy our new home.
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