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House Hunting in Corpus Christi

The House still hasn't sold despite a $16,500 drop in our asking price. What the heck, man? People really don't like our house.

But, there's nothing I can do about it since I've done everything imaginable, so for now I'm putting it out of my head. This past weekend D came to hang with me in Corpus, and we had a FUN time. On Saturday we went and had lunch at our fave place (Niko's Steakhouse- delicious!) and then just drove around aimlessly looking at the various Neighborhoods over here. We found a lot of neighborhoods that we definitely would not want to live in, and we found two neighborhoods that we absolutely love and would consider buying a home in next fall 2017.

One of the neighborhoods is Rancho Vista, which reminds me of that quintessential All-American neighborhood. There were kids playing sports, families riding bikes, couples walking their dogs. I could really see us settling down there, maybe starting a family, and enjoying life with Pee Wee. I really look forward to being out of the apartment by mid-September 2017.

In Rancho Vista, they had model homes, and we looked at two. We looked at a 4/2/2 which sacrificed a bit of living space to accommodate another bedroom, so not my fave. The 3/2/2 however, was spectacular and I cannot get it out of my head.

While I love our Beeville house that we cannot seem to freakin' sell, I was overwhelmed by its size at 1900+ square feet. This model home was 1601 square feet and felt so spacious and airy. Here's one of the elevations and brick patterns available.

It was a little warm/brownish on the exterior for my taste, but there are other options available. Overall, super cute house with lots of curb appeal once the sod is put in.
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House Hunting in Corpus Christi


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