Avoid looking “hard” at houses. Look “softly” instead.
Every time we yearn for something we cannot afford, we grow poorer, whatever our resources.
Don’t interrupt a wild dog’s nap to snap a silly photo of him on your cell phone. He’ll tear your leg off.
I must have done something good in 2016!
Jack and Jill encountered the house on a hot, sunny, slow-open-house Sunday. It was love at first sight…
“Each offer is the result of client and agent working together, trying to do the painstaking magic that wins a home in San Francisco.”
Ordinary approaches to saving will suffice. Yet, like birth control, they don’t work unless you actually use them.