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Agent_86 Feb 2017 OP
His Daughter Feb 2017 #1
Agent_86 Feb 2017 #2
His Daughter Feb 2017 #4
Agent_86 Feb 2017 #5
KAT Feb 2017 #3
Agent_86 Feb 2017 #6
Squeek Feb 2017 #7
Mouth of Chaos Feb 2017 #8

Response to Agent_86 (Original post)

Wed Feb 22, 2017, 01:59 PM

1. Its chattel. Sell it as is and move on

You don't get you money back out of pre sale upgrades in many cases. It also lets the owner make their own changes.

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Response to His Daughter (Reply #1)

Wed Feb 22, 2017, 02:14 PM

2. Yes, that's what we have been told.

Agent 99 wants to rent thinking we will get some coin that way. I do not favor this route, but it did work out favorably with the house her son lived in, then rented.

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Response to Agent_86 (Reply #2)

Wed Feb 22, 2017, 02:20 PM

4. Older homes take some love...tennants rarely have that.

We almost sold the homestead before Dad passed away. The buildings were worthless. The land and solar farm set the price. Deal fell through and it turned out to be a good thing, and I live there now.

Hubby and I are starting to think seriously about where we are going to settle. This place has its attractions, but it is in California, a real negative for many reasons. If we decide to sell it and move on, they will be some emotion, but we will move on.

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Response to His Daughter (Reply #4)

Wed Feb 22, 2017, 02:43 PM

5. You echo some of the things I say to Agent 99.

She really disliked being a landlord. If the sale of that house had not worked out so well she would probably be dead set against renting again.

She cried at the prospect of it's destruction. I, on the other hand, would be sad. However, the handsome check would be a nice consolation prize.

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Response to Agent_86 (Original post)

Wed Feb 22, 2017, 02:17 PM

3. Hard for me. I value old, historical buildings.

 

Add personal history with a house, and my choice would have been fix it up and stay in it.

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Response to KAT (Reply #3)

Wed Feb 22, 2017, 02:52 PM

6. The prospect of continuing to live there is not abhorrent.

We just need more living space and I do not want to pour the necessary money into that house to make it happen.

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Response to Agent_86 (Original post)

Thu Feb 23, 2017, 04:24 PM

7. Oh geez...

I'm such a sucker for old homes. Well, most older buildings, really.

It would be real difficult for me to turn an old house over to someone I knew would tear it down, or not love it.

My own personal opinion is that most modern buildings suck. They're big time UGLY. Cold and impersonal.


If it were up to me, I would live in the old home and rent out the new one.

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Response to Agent_86 (Original post)

Sat Feb 25, 2017, 01:03 AM

8. A bird

in the hand is worth two in the bush.

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