Yep Tyler, pulled stakes and got the heck out of Cali....now jobless, homeless, and kinda liking it lol.Moving?
Congrats on retirement!! I think I could enjoy the vagabond life! Good luck and let us know where you land.Yep Tyler, pulled stakes and got the heck out of Cali....now jobless, homeless, and kinda liking it lol.
Retired in December and just sold the place in NorCal two weeks ago so right now we are in Central Oregon hitting a lot of rivers and a lot of breweries! Kind of just fishing our way across the state until something strikes our fancy or until its time to head to Idaho for elk season. Not even sure if I'm going back to use my California tag this year
Update to the story; just entered escrow...hope to have the new digs in 30 days! Ended up at a 3.15% lock on the 30yr with no points so happy with that. Will be calling Prineville, OR our new bus stop (well about 9-10 miles from there anyhow) and it feels good to be back in the junipers after 30+ years. Had wanted to go a little farther east but the missus doesn't do extended cold real well and if momma ain't happy....well you know the rest.Congrats on retirement!! I think I could enjoy the vagabond life! Good luck and let us know where you land.
I remember the first home I built I was tickled pink to get an 8.8% rate...anything under 10% back then was golden (around 1986) but still had to saddle up with PMI for a couple of yearsat the start of covid we dropped from a 4% 30-yr to 3% 30-yr, my sister was quoted 2.85% for a 30-yr a couple of weeks ago. I know my parents are slack jawed at the rates compared to when they had a mortgage.