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Tuesday, November 22, 2011

A Relaxing Home

Finding the right home is not an easy task. Today, we viewed three properties here in Orlando and so far, we did not like it. Hubby and I love to have a big yard because we want to have a garden and a backyard where we can entertain our friends. A good size space for our big grill would be awesome and if there is a pool, that will be a bonus where we can put some Adirondack chairs around it. That would be a relaxing home for us.

Anyway, we found some beautiful houses with well-maintained yard but, there were multiple offers. We lost few bids already but, we are still on the lookout for new listings. One house that we bid has Picnic Tables at both ends of the backyard. The neighbor told us that the family who lived there had three kids and they left the playground equipment. It looks brand new and it works alright. They left behind expensive stuffs in the house. My heart goes out to the family who lost the house in foreclosure. What they left behind is really a bonus for the buyer. Anyway, hubby and I are still looking for a new home and we hope that we can find the ideal home real soon.

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