Monday, September 15, 2008

Still Looking

We're still on the house hunt. It has taken longer than we planned, but in the long run I think we'll be glad we held out. Prices....are still...falling. In fact, we are to the point where I think we have to accept that fact that we are going to overpay and buy anyway (hopefully the steepest drops have already happened). Or rent.

I like this blog, which focuses on the real estate market specifically in the Inland Empire. They posted the other day about this house, which is around the corner.

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It's hard to wait, my KitchenAid misses me. So does my dining room table. And my dishes. Maybe I should just go out to the storage shed and visit them.

Hello dining room table.


Speaking of this picture, it was taken in our Bountiful house. Hello Bountiful house, I miss you too. Ben was there this weekend, getting it ready for the next tenants, who I'm sure won't appreciate it as much as I did. This is where I would be sitting right now if we lived there.


Hopefully one day I'll have pictures of a new office to post, and until then I'll keep telling myself it has been smart to wait. Smart to wait. Smart to wait. I'm trying, Ben.

4 comments:

Jessica said...

Poor us!

Tiffani said...

I know what you mean. Sometimes I think we overpaid for our new house. But, we needed to sell our old house. and with the new baby coming we needed a bigger house. And there were 6 other people bidding on the house. So maybe that hopefully means we did not overpay. lol. Good luck finding something. Which ever way you go. I am sure its hard waiting. From the pictures I have seen you had such a large beautiful house in Utah. Which by the way, I go out there next weekend for my first time ever! yey! lol

Sara Mariani said...

I know what you mean. Think of how fun it will be once you actually get to move into a new place, though! When Haval and I got here, unpacking everything (yes, including my KitchenAid!) was like opening our wedding gifts all over again. :) Hang in there!

Ellie said...

I miss my stuff too! I went through boxes the other day and it was like Christmas all over again!