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Old 07-14-2021, 01:58 AM   #1
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Default Selling my house, getting ready to move

As the title says, my wife and I are selling our house. We close Friday and by Sunday night well be living in a travel trailer for a year or two while we build a new house on some land we bought. If Im conspicuously absent or not engaged, this is why lol. Were still having trouble getting everything set up over at our land for a driveway, electricity, and a well. This damn rain keeps pushing everything back.
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Old 07-14-2021, 02:04 AM   #2
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Enjoy the new property... and home when its done. Take lots of pictures of the build. If possible take a picture once a week in the same spot/same time from start to finish, it makes a cool timeline. You could even do it on all 4 sides too.
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Thanks for the FYI... good luck and be safe.

Don't envy your move. No desire to do this, ever again!

Yea, document the build and start a new thread in the BUILD area!
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Thanks for the FYI... good luck and be safe.

Don't envy your move. No desire to do this, ever again!

Yea, document the build and start a new thread in the BUILD area!
X2. Always enjoy a good house build haha. Congrats man!
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Enjoy man!



Custom home you got to design?
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Just be sure to update your IN Profile.
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Enjoy man!



Custom home you got to design?
Yes, its going to be smaller than our current house but much nicer finishes. Timber framed with very large beams instead of 2x4. Something like this.
https://www.timberhomeliving.com/art...d-timber-frame
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OK, now I am jealous... I will be doing the same in a few years.. hopefully
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Hell yeah! Full dream house there!!
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