How do you FIX this?

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Re: How do you FIX this?

Postby identicalsnow on Tue Aug 02, 2011 5:43 pm

Hi guys, thanks for the suggestions but I wanted to let you know that 1 hour before our appointment was to happen the relator called and we lost the house.

No pictures will be had this thread is closed.

Seeking a place to call my own.
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Re: How do you FIX this?

Postby cadrad on Fri Aug 05, 2011 10:24 am

Oh I'm sorry to hear that! It seems like you put some time into thinking about the possibilities of this house. It also looks as if it needed someone to rescue it! I will say, though, that if you didn't like it at first glance, maybe it isn't the house for you. I loved my house on sight.
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Charles E. Johnson house
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Re: How do you FIX this?

Postby melissakd on Mon Aug 08, 2011 7:59 pm

I am arriving late, I'm afraid, but wanted to say hello and I love your nickname. Looking forward to following your house-search journey!

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