Wednesday, August 17, 2016

Our New Home

My husband and I bought our home in May 2015 and couldn’t be more excited. After 8 months of searching for homes (oh, our poor realtor), we decided on this property because of its location, size, and yes, the fact that it was a rancher. Growing up in a two story home in Philadelphia, I never thought I’d ever decide to buy a rancher. Call me lazy, but going up and down steps is no longer an interests of mine. The convenience of walking back to the bedroom when I forget my keys, instead of climbing up stairs, is a dream.
Anyway, I love my little Northeast Philadelphia home. Just a few steps away are major shops, restaurants, roads, and Walmart! (I’m not a big Walmart lover, but, come on, where else can you buy EVERYTHING under one roof). Now that we have our own home, I can’t wait to decorate, renovate, and remodel! Heck, I can literally break some things and not worry, because, hey, its mine–all mine! What a wonderful feeling. The first thing we had remodeled was the kitchen. Stay tuned for those pics.
Quick basics about my home: Located in Northeast section of Philadelphia, 3 bedrooms, 2 1/2 baths, 1176 square feet (but I think that is just the upper level, not the basement), medium sized front and backyard, 1-car garage behind the house, and yes our home is connected to another home (I absolutely love our neighbors by the way). Feel free to ask any questions about our house and the homebuying process. It feels great being a homeowner at age 28.

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Our New Home

My husband and I bought our home in May 2015 and couldn’t be more excited. After 8 months of searching for homes (oh, our poor realtor), we decided on this property because of its location, size, and yes, the fact that it was a rancher. Growing up in a two story home in Philadelphia, I never thought I’d ever decide to buy a rancher. Call me lazy, but going up and down steps is no longer an interests of mine. The convenience of walking back to the bedroom when I forget my keys, instead of climbing up stairs, is a dream.
Anyway, I love my little Northeast Philadelphia home. Just a few steps away are major shops, restaurants, roads, and Walmart! (I’m not a big Walmart lover, but, come on, where else can you buy EVERYTHING under one roof). Now that we have our own home, I can’t wait to decorate, renovate, and remodel! Heck, I can literally break some things and not worry, because, hey, its mine–all mine! What a wonderful feeling. The first thing we had remodeled was the kitchen. Stay tuned for those pics.
Quick basics about my home: Located in Northeast section of Philadelphia, 3 bedrooms, 2 1/2 baths, 1176 square feet (but I think that is just the upper level, not the basement), medium sized front and backyard, 1-car garage behind the house, and yes our home is connected to another home (I absolutely love our neighbors by the way). Feel free to ask any questions about our house and the homebuying process. It feels great being a homeowner at age 28.

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  3. On the off chance that you have great credit, your home loan is paid off and you're willing to put your home forward as value, at that point you can hope to get awesome rates payable over a time of months or years.
    Spindle Design

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