Dale and I are getting ready to sell our house. We moved to a retirement community in August of 2019, and shortly afterward our daughter and son-in-law moved into our house. They have been renting, but are now ready to buy it. They have done a lot to fix the house UP. Part of this was transforming the rooms with their own décor, but there have been some plumbing problems, too, because it’s an old house. (Guess who had to pay for the plumbing upgrades???)
You might say our old house, built in 1924, is a fixer-UPper, and I have no doubt that if we had tried to sell the house on the market, we would probably have to do a lot more renovations than we are getting away with. So, in honor of old houses that are worth saving, my contribution to Becky’s Square Up challenge today is fixer-uppers.
If the people who live in these houses were trying to sell them, they would be considered fixer-uppers!
Below is another photo of this houseboat, which I couldn’t make square.
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these are great fixer uppers, and how exciting your daughter is about to buy your home. Sounds like they have negotiated well!