Wednesday, January 2, 2008


So, my landlord came by today with the real estate agent to assess the house. Within the first 2 minutes of being in the house, they ask about getting us out early. It is called a lease, people. Get is straight. We are here until June 30. No sooner, unless you want to seriously pay for it. We are not going to just roll over and spend a wad of cash moving, for what may only be for 3 months. AS it stands, we should be moving out of state after our lease is up for Chad (husband)'s job. So, if I move for you in March like you suggested, I would only be moving for 3 and then I would have to pick up and move again.
Not only that, but the renter's market is fierce right now. The influx of people who are losing their homes from that nasty market, along with the fires have really upped the renters side of real estate. So, the amount of trouble and money that we would be out to move now would just be insane and unreasonable.
I just don't understand that mind set. What would make people think that we would be willing to move on a whim like that? Do they think we won't mind to uproot our entire lives for them because they suggest it to us? Let alone the money we would be out.
It isn't happening like that. Don't get me wrong, I do have my price. Not sure what that is just now, but I know it is out there. I would be willing to move a few months ahead of schedule out of state for that right price, once I figure that out. Though, I doubt anyone would be willing to pay it up. So, no money, no move. Get it. Good.