There are a few reasons that I haven't jumped at it though. They turned the garage in to an extra room so there is no covered parking outside. I would love a garage. They put laminate wood floors in most of the house. One of my friends just had her laminate floors eaten by her dogs. Oops! I don't want that to happen. I am looking for tile. The fence is block on 2 sides but the back is only wood and the front gates are flimsy. I want block all around and a sturdy RV gate.
Those are the biggest things. It is a nice house just the way it is. I am sure someone will buy it soon. I am actually sad that it is still vacant. I think it would cost me $20k to do all of the changes that I want. I'll keep watching it but I doubt it will go low enough to tempt me.
Keep watching though.
I am stunned by how cheap property is there
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KoBold, I will definitely keep watching. There isn't much else to watch.
Frugal Queen, do I sound spoiled because I want the prices to go even lower? Haha. I do think some of these prices are so cheap! If only I could find another house like the first one I liked. I would snap it up!
Sometimes I find myself wondering why you don't kick out your renters and move into the home you own. I don't read your blog every day, but it seems on the surface to not be a terrible idea: You'd get rid of your troublesome renters and the anxiety over late rent, you wouldn't have to fix up another house, you wouldn't have to get another mortgage. Have you taken a look to see what kind of situation that would put you in? Maybe you could cut back to part time or something since you'd only have food/utilities/dog stuff...?
Second,there are so many reasons...small yard, HOA, very close houses, scary neighborhood in my opinion. The possibility of getting rent from my renters is a much better incentive.
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