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an accepted offer

May 4th, 2015 at 06:34 pm

We got an offer and accepted it. We got $720k with a home inspection and mortgage contingency of course. Home inspection is Wednesday 3 pm. We'll see what happens. They are preapproved with wells fargo as priority buyers.

Today my DH chatted with recruiter and we are moving in July back to the west coast. It appears to be clear. Things are moving along they way they should.

We need to now clear the home inspection and we should be good to close end of June.

10 Responses to “an accepted offer”

  1. AnotherReader Says:

    Fingers crossed the inspection goes well and there are no cold feet. 60 days is a long escrow.

  2. another r Says:

    How many offers did you get? Congrats!

  3. LivingAlmostLarge Says:

    60 days is standard where we live. It's annoying because a purchase and sale usually takes 2 weeks minimum. Then financing. So it's painfully long with lawyers and crap here. I don't get it at all. I need the inspection to go well. Once the PNS is signed it's more a done deal.

    2 offers. We took the better one. Didn't want to risk anything.

  4. creditcardfree Says:

    Congratulations! I know it feels good to have an offer. We are running into a delay with getting our inspection set up...might not be until Monday at this point. A bit frustrating! Fingers crossed your inspection goes well.

  5. VS_ozgirl Says:

    Congratulations!!! Sounds like a great result Smile

  6. CB in the City Says:

    You were right! It sold fast! Sounds like a nice offer. I'm looking forward to reading about your journey back home.

  7. Petunia 100 Says:

    That was fast! Your plans are moving along quickly now. Best of luck to you, LAL. Smile

  8. Kiki Says:

    Yay for you! Where are you thinking of for a western move?

  9. snafu Says:

    Great news, I'm sure you'll sale through inspection. You're free to focus on your plan going forward. Whatever community you decide upon, you can track rentals on-line, perhaps contacting a rental agent. The trick is always district, schools and easy access to services you like and use regularly.

    Once the school term ends, you can leave DKs with relatives and map out acceptable rental complexes. Do you plan to closeout storage rental unit after a month to re-evaluate what's to be sold and what is of sufficient emotional or monetary value to warrant moving?

  10. LivingAlmostLarge Says:

    We plan on closing on of the storage units. Not both. We'll carefully start repacking stuff and leave what is done in storage and using an spare bedroom. That way everything will be packed for either movers or pods.

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