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Old 10-01-2006, 05:37 PM   #11
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Congrats! The house looks nice and modern... cathedral style ceilings are cool. It'* nice living in a newer house, isn't it?
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who all lives there? its damn nice!
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Old 10-01-2006, 05:50 PM   #13
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looks like a great step up, congrates.
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Old 10-01-2006, 05:55 PM   #14
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who all lives there? its damn nice!
1 roomate.

Its basically a 3 bedroom house they took and made 2 large bedrooms with their own bathrooms.

Granted it would have been cheaper to get a 3-4 bedroom house w/3 other roomates for 1200 or something but this place was a steal compared to what I had before. My rent only went up 12.50/mo a person at this new one. Oddly enough the houses in this neighborhood are twice what they were in my last one...I have not seen one under $200k

It still MUCH cheaper to split a smaller house (1800sq foot) with a roomate than it would have been to rent out a studio appartment w/no garage and probably 400sq feet.
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diggen the house....and as alwase your car , i like the URL on the Moonroof
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Old 10-01-2006, 08:27 PM   #16
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I'm suprised no one so far noticed the CHRYSLER hubcap on a 16" steelie for the neighbors bonnie

I noticed and I also notice that all the houses have garages and
all the cars are parked outside

also brand new lawnmower.
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Nice place. Glad your happy with it. Most (me) rent based on Affordability and you really dont think sometimes about the other important stuff.

Congrats!! Im sure it will be home to Many BC Meets
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Old 10-01-2006, 09:05 PM   #18
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a house like that sells for 500-600,000 in Red Deer
and Rents for over 2000/month
no kidding

VERY nice place you got there Hans!
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I miss just having an overhang. Wise choice Hans
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Thats a nice place you got there. I hope that someday I can get a house something like that. I might have to step down from my appt. to the Bonne soon until the wife and I snag jobs, But I like your place.
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