It looks as though the end of March is going to be a busy one for me! Here are a few of the main things I have on my list for the upcoming week...
- Get our taxes done & filed.
- Appointment with Realtor.
- Appointment with bank.
Yes, I think we're starting to look at houses, and I'm feeling a little lost honestly. Buying in London doesn't overly excite me maybe. We're not house-hunting with a huge budget, and houses here from what I've seen online, are not going to be what I'd like within our price range. So, I'm wondering if it's the right step. I've never been in love with this city, I love that my family is here, and I do love the Grand Theatre and the great community events we have to do here in the summer months. I moved here when I was 16 with my mom, and that was that. I've been here ever since, but I don't know that it's my "forever home".
I feel like it's time to make a decision but I'm so very "Type A" that it's such a hard decision to know whether to stay, or whether to be brave and go elsewhere when I really have no idea what that may hold for us. Dh wants to move, he's not thrilled with buying in London either. However, we don't seem to be on the same wave length when it comes to moving either. He likes modern, I prefer traditional. I would love to be ocean side, he wants land locked. I love small, quiet & quaint towns, he likes big cities.
We are going to look around London anyways, and we'll see where it will leads.
How do you *know* where to buy?
How adventurous/crazy do you have to be to pick up and start a new life somewhere that you've never been?
Is it foolish at this point of the game?