I was about to get out of the house when I was told by my agent that my house was for sale.
A little bit of history and a bit of cash.
I got in the car, and the house was about 15 minutes away from my place.
It was in a great area, and I thought I could walk into it with my family, without a lot of hassle.
I had a mortgage on the property, but my agent said I would have to pay it back.
I was shocked.
The mortgage was for $5.5m.
I had paid a total of $5m into it and my bank had already paid it back, but I was still left with $2m.
The mortgage is due to be paid in three instalments.
I told my agent I would be buying the house on credit and I would not be paying it back for three years, because it would be too expensive to put off paying it off for three more years.
At the time, the bank was in turmoil, with some people in its executive team losing their jobs.
My agent said he was surprised by this.
He said he had been doing some research on how much mortgage payments can cost, and that he had spoken to people in banks and credit unions, and they all had similar advice.
So, I called my agent.
He rang me back.
He was like, “Don’t worry about the mortgage, I’ve got you covered.”
I called my bank.
They said, “Well, I’m not going to give you any more money for the mortgage.
The bank will be paying the money back in full by the end of the month.”
The next thing I knew, the house had been sold to a buyer for $1.2 million.
The buyer was a friend of mine who had bought the house a couple of years before.
He was living in the house, and had a nice, small apartment, which was perfect for us.
We were living in an apartment with our kids, who all liked to watch TV, and we had a big kitchen, so he could cook his meals.
When we were told we would have the house for about $2,500, we were not too worried.
We just went into it, and bought it.
It went from being a little thing, to something we thought would last forever.
It became an absolute dream, because of how we managed it.