|Gonna be leaving this beauty for a new home soon.|
1. You don't get to sell and walk away... you will be visiting this house for the foreseeable future, so we put a lot more money into the home prep with that in mind... .that we actually cared to make sure nothing broke or there were no existing problems in the home that my sibling would have to deal with. (Even though we weren't positive they would actually buy.)
2. I will continually be visiting this house, that I owned for 15 years for the foreseeable future, and I will have to knock and not just march into a bedroom because it is not mine.
3. The awkwardness of selling something valuable to a relative. We're already super awkward people, so this did not help. We pretty much just got realtors and let them handle it... rarely even mentioning the house to each other (really awkward, right). And of course, we accepted a lower price than we would have from anyone else.
It's almost over. The only thing left is the report from their banker's appraiser. After the inspection report, we were asked to fix 3 minor things, meaning the stuff we did beforehand probably was the right thing to do!
Our next stop is to move 1 months worth of clothes into the in-law's house and move out of here in the next 3 weeks. Then 3-5 more weeks and our new home will be ready. Siding, brick, and stone are going on this week!
ps. I am still irritated by life in general. The house(s) issue is just a great distractor.