mardi 9 août 2016

House shopping

Après avoir tellement magasiné de maisons à louer en Australie, j'avais quand même hâte au jour où je magasinerais pour acheter une maison à nous et à notre goût. Et ben finalement, j'aime pas plus ça. C'est stressant et embêtant, pis on a l'impression de ne pas savoir ce que l'on fait pantoute. Bref, on est déjà un peu tanné et on n'est pas proche d'avoir pris une décision. Pis les enfants, qu'on doit traîner dans toutes les visites, ont tous deux affirmé qu'ils préféreraient être de retour en classes pour s'éviter la recherche de maison. Vous avez des conseils? Vous savez où se trouve la perle rare? Surtout, n'hésitez pas! On vous écoute!


After all the house hunting we did in Australia to find homes to rent, I was pretty excited at the idea of finally shopping for a house for real. A house we would love and one that would be ours. Well, turns out I don't like it any more than I did before. It's stressful and confusing, and we just feel like we don't know what we are doing. We are already a bit sick of it but real far from having made a decision. And the kids, who are forced to come along to every single visit, both said they would much prefer be in school than do any more house shopping. Any advice? You know where to find the perfect one? Don't be shy! We're all ears!

1 commentaire:

  1. You could try Russell! They are building new houses out here, and then you'd be close by for play dates, not that I'm biased! :)

    It's a beautiful area - Russell and Embrun are still very small-town, but I think they'll develop over the next few years in the same way Aylmer did - there's starting to be an appetite for it, lots of younger families. Plus, very bilingual and good schools! :)