Well I bought a house, finally. The trigger was the very unfortunate death of my landlord. Terry was a great landlord and a good person and his untimely death due to cancer was horrible. His wife notified me that the house had to be liquidated to a trust fund per the will. Since my Lady and I had to move I decided to see if I could qualify for a purchase. Nancy, my new landlady, graciously gave us 4+ months notice.
I started the search at the end of August 2005 for financing. Once I discovered that I qualified Kathy, my lady, and I began the search. ... Click to read more
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There are many excellent CMS available and they are very powerful. ... Click to read more