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    Congratulations. That first night is always a mix of This is really mine! and What's that noise? Enjoy.
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    Congratulations, Ben!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dream Burls View Post
    Congratulations. That first night is always a mix of This is really mine! and What's that noise? Enjoy.
    don't forget, "oh sh1te!! I have to pay for this for 30 years!?"
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zwiefel View Post
    don't forget, "oh sh1te!! I have to pay for this for 30 years!?"
    LOL. It's even worse actually... we took out a 7/1 ARM! I'll either need to sell in 7, or refinance... meaning I'd be paying for 37 years!!

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    Congratulations!

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    Congratulations! enjoy your new house
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    Quote Originally Posted by bprescot View Post
    LOL. It's even worse actually... we took out a 7/1 ARM! I'll either need to sell in 7, or refinance... meaning I'd be paying for 37 years!!
    Congrats! And that 37 years is not necessarily true -- you can refi at that time (or any time earlier) and get into a 25 yr loan, or a 20, or a 15, etc. Each time you refi try and cut a year or two off the remaining years if you have the income. of course this advice is contrary to those who maintain you should not have any of your own money tied up in the house, so go w/ a long term each time you refi and invest the equity. But with the stock market crashes, etc. I'd rather own my house.
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    Congratulations, but no pics?

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    Congrats on the purchase!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mr drinky View Post
    Congratulations, but no pics?

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