An insider's view of life as an outsider...
Congratulations!Just look at that blue sky, nice landscaping, and manicured lawn...God bless America!We sold our house shortly before I moved here, but the closing wasn't until a few weeks after my arrival in Switzerland. It was the easiest closing we ever did; the lawyer handled the closing, my sister picked up the check from the lawyer's office, and then she deposited it in our checking account for us.
Congratulations on the sale!
Goodbye nice little house in Suburbia - I shall miss you. Oh yeah, and woohoo you sold your house :)
It was a pretty easy closing. Only thing we had to do on the house was arrange to have the carpets cleaned.The most complicated part was signing the document and having it notarized. Which wasn't terrible complicated.But we were shocked that in Switzerland, notaries charge per signature. Do you have any idea how many signatures are in a house sale document?Fortunately, our landlady went with to help at the notary office. She talked them into bulking it together and only charging us for two signatures (GLH's and mine). Otherwise I shudder to think of what it would have come to!
wow! now that's so big for our terms up here in Vanocuver... Congrats, it looked beautiful...
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