Congratulations. I hope . . .
Oh, yay! (Also, complex emotions there, by any chance? :) )
That would freak me out, too! I think I'm glad my mortgage has a separate account. You get used to the amount after a few years.:)
Heh, congrats! You get used to it, but the initial shock sure does take your breath away!
*grin* Quite the ride, darlin'. Quite the ride.
2010-03-23 03:01 am (UTC)
So the deal is done then? Congratulations!
Congratulations, John! Once you move in you'll notice that you need more wastebaskets. Every move we've made has included more wastebaskets. When we decide to downsize it will be how many wastebaskets can we get rid of. ;)
*laugh* He bought the extra wastebaskets *weeks* ago.
Congratulations & thanks for sharing the experience!
Happy new home!
(Remember the tax breaks.)
Gratz! Enjoy the home, and may the loan payoff be swift, boring, and uneventful. (unless the words "lotto winnings" end up in there, somewhere)
I've followed with sympathy, Angst, and now catharsis the epic saga of your house purchase (are sagas ever anything other than epic, I wonder?) -- and congratulate you on the new twist you have given to a classic denoument...
[grin -- have a lovely time in your new abode]
Congratulations and best of luck with it!
congrats congrats congrats!
Major reality check, seeing that balance, eh?
I am so so happy that things finally worked out for you!
And when do we get to see it?
Edited at 2010-03-23 03:07 pm (UTC)
2010-03-23 10:00 pm (UTC)
Congratulations on the house... and, just in case that six-figure loan *isn't* your house, take precautions to prevent yourself from being the victim of identity theft. ;-)
2010-03-23 10:50 pm (UTC)
Huzzah! May you have much joy of it and few headaches from it hereafter.
Congratulations! At least it's not a seven figure loan balance.