Thursday, February 28, 2008

Change Is Inevitable

We are listing our house tomorrow.

There are several of you readers out there that already know about this. But for those that don't, Bubba and I have decided to move back to Dallas. Bubba is taking his old job back, and I am hopefully going to get mine as well (although it's not for certain yet....keep your fingers crossed for me). Big Oil isn't as great as we thought it would be, and so we are headed back to our old hometown. Drew will just have to grow up in an American League town (GASP!!!).

I am excited about this, even though moving is a pain in the drain, and we only JUST got settled here. Change is a good thing, most of the time.

So, now we are first-time home-sellers. Hopefully there are some people out there who are looking for a house like ours, in a cute neighborhood, and think it will be PERFECT for them. If you happen to know someone that fits that description perfectly, (or if it fits YOU perfectly--Mike and Ang, hint, hint) send them our way!

In the meantime, just send us your prayers and happy-selling vibes.

6 comments:

laci said...

you'll have to let me know when you get here!

cjh said...

Gasp! I'm sad y'all are leaving but hope everything works out. I'd like to buy your house but I think two mortgages would be a bit much.

Bubba's Sis said...

cjh - you buy their house and I'll buy YOURS!!! :-)

Wes Raine said...

I hope we get to visit you in Houston before the move...Of course we will plan to visit in Dallas as well, but I hate that we've planned to visit y'all in Houston and still haven't had the chance to make the trip yet. We've got to get over to see you soon!

Michael said...

Yeah. Drew will be a product of RISD, like yours truly.

And about your hint, I don't know if I want to be THAT close to my mother-in-law.

Anonymous said...

Keep us updated! How is the staging going? Pain to keep show worthy all the time? Been watching lots of HGTV and designed to sell?

GL! I keep on reading that Houston is having a consistent 5-10% appreciation in home values, so you should be covered wrt your transaction costs!

AGV!