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Date Posted: 07:37:00 07/29/16 Fri
Author: in my second home
Subject: Congrats! It's a big milestone in adulting. My advice would be to make no changes in the house at first.
In reply to: Eek! 's message, "Any first time home owner advice?" on 19:51:47 07/28/16 Thu

Live in the home awhile (couple months?) before you make changes other than cosmetic. It isn't just that you get used to a less-than-functional home. We thought that we were going to make big changes, but discovered that the home really was designed a certain way, and it worked better than what we originally envisioned. Now, 15 years later, we can't imagine it any other way.

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