Sunday, January 12, 2014

The realtor go back to us

The reason it took so long was that it's an estate sale and all the family had to agree on our offer- $112k and mineral rights, with them paying the survey.

It doesn't look like much until you're there. Mrs Trainwereck wasn't impressed until she actually saw it.
http://homes.c21dnd.com/idx/12736/details.php?idxID=080&listingID=1029584

13 comments:

  1. Sweet. Room enough for your own shooting range

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    1. That's one of the reasons.

      Now, after I get the house built- I can get those deer used to gunshots all year.

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  2. What happened to the property by Poteet? Also My #2 kid goes to TLU in Seguin. Next time I go up to see her, is it ok if I drop by? I'll bring my Frontier rifle and we can burn some powder. :)

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    1. I'm working in Selma now- it's closer.
      We won't be living there steady until I get the new house built

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    2. Ahh ok, I thought I had lost a neighbor there :)

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  3. Initially looks nice. But a few questions:

    1. What are the high temps in summer, and the lows in winter?
    2. Amount of rainfall?
    3. Are you in the way of tornadoes, subject to hurricanes from the Gulf?
    4. What does THIS mean: "Minerals, if any, are negotiable. Land/home are leased month-to-month."

    I thought you were buying. Why the lease language?

    Just curious.

    BZ

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    1. Weather is what were used to here in Hondo, it's about 60 miles east of here (100's in summer 20's-40's in the winter..drouth last year and about 4 years ago it rained a lot).

      Tornadoes are the only weather I'd be worried about and they'd be spawned by gulf hurricanes off Corpus Christi.

      Mineral rights, they won't be claiming any- but don't know who owns what until the history search.

      There's a guy living there until the end of the month.

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  4. Looks fine. Can't you two get by with the existing house?

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  5. The existing house is a good hours drive from work, and with increasing doosh-baggery on the road from the immigrants from blue states. (It used to only take 45 minutes). This one is a good 20 min. closer.

    Besides, with this property, I can hunt off my back porch :-)

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    1. No, I meant woundn't the small house on your new property be sufficient?

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    2. The existing house is more of a bachelor shack- built in the '50s with no insulation and we have two large dogs, three cats and an iguana.

      Not enough room, but I'll be staying there when I'm working on the new one.

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I've had to enable moderation because some bots just can't stop sh1tting where other people want to live......kind of like Liberals.

It's either this or WV...