My wife and I were looking for a place to live and were looking to buy a home.
She had a few options: a duplex on a lot, a big house in a suburb or a two-bedroom house.
We knew we wanted to buy in an area where we’d have a lot of friends and neighbours and we could all come together.
But we also wanted to be able to share our home with others, so we wanted it to be as close to our house as possible.
So I went to the estate agent and asked for a two bedroom, 2,500 sq ft duplex for the price of a 1,500sq ft house, but with more bedrooms.
The agent said we could not offer the extra bedrooms because we could only have two bedrooms and they were only available for weddings.
It was a bit of a shock, but I also didn’t want to lose my family members and I also knew that we’d be getting married in two years.
I then started looking for more info on other properties.
One of my friends suggested that a big, modern home in the area, like a two storey, five storeys, four storeys building was a good option.
She also pointed out that I could buy a house at a lower price and have the extra beds.
That was exactly what we did.
As the year went on, the number of properties we’d bought became a lot more and we started making lots of friends.
A lot of people in our area have already moved away and we decided that we were going to move again soon.
My husband and I bought a 2,700sq ft, 2 bedroom house on the corner of West and Richmond.
In 2017 we moved in, and I am so grateful for our experience in buying the house.
The property is now our home and we are so grateful that we found this amazing place.
There is a great garden and beautiful garden in the backyard.
It has lots of space for us to exercise.
Our main concern now is that we can all stay together.
It was really important to us that we didn’t get separated or lose each other, so I had my husband and a young boy who are both 10 and 12.
He had never met my wife and we had only been together for a month, so it was hard for him to be close to my family.
At the same time, we needed to find a house that was just right for us.
One of the key things that I did was go to the planning department and get a property report from a property broker.
Once I got the report, I contacted the planning office to discuss the plan and to see if they would be interested in taking on a mortgage for the property.
After a few minutes of discussion, they agreed to take on a 30-year mortgage and to put the cost of the house on our credit cards.
This way, we could save on the mortgage, and we would be able buy a property that was suitable for both our family and our friends.
We then made our first deposit, and they sent out the mortgage application in February 2018.
On the day the application was due, we found out that we had a mortgage.
I was devastated and angry.
While the mortgage is still being processed, my husband had to go home for Christmas and he has a very difficult time adjusting to his new life as a single parent.
For months, he’s struggled to find work and we were constantly worried that he would not be able pay the mortgage because he had a full-time job.
With the extra time that we spent together, it was really hard to get through the process and we couldn’t be happier that we are now in a strong position to buy our home.
At the end of March 2018, I went back to the planner to see how the house was progressing.
Unfortunately, I was not able to talk with them about the plan for the next four months and I was unable to do my due diligence for the mortgage.
They then contacted me to get my contact details, and then I had to wait another month before we were able to contact them.
After that, my mortgage application was in June 2018 and I made my final deposit in August 2018.
In November 2018, my loan was approved, and the final payment of the mortgage was due in January 2019.
My husband has had no issues with his debt and his credit is excellent.
Since we are financially stable, it’s been quite easy for us all to live comfortably.
On the final day of the month, my landlord rang to inform me that my loan had been paid off and that my deposit had been credited.
She also mentioned that they were going out of business and would no longer accept my credit