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http://athertons-uk.com/ipm/property_docs/2843-4626793-webbro-2.pdf But during that month, we had plenty of time to revisit our lot, our finances, our situation, etc. We re-thought nearly every aspect of our initial choice and probably changed our mind 100+ times during the 30 days. I think we drove our Realtor to madness and I’m pretty sure he is regretting giving me his phone number since we texted him like a billion times. Ironically, we wound up sticking to our original decisions, and that’s most likely what we will do.
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http://guidecomo.it/epub/dacian-dreams There are lots of other decisions to make, but we are planning on doing the standard options for a few to save money and splurging on things now that will be harder to change later. And how do you pick a paint color for your entire house?
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