why is house hunters so addicting?? im nowhere near close to buying my own house in some obscure beach for 3.6 million w/ my wife and dogs that has to be on the beach except my wife wants to be in the middle of the city yet still on the beach plus the entire house has to be purple…but here I am addicted.
This is a 10 bedroom, 4 bathroom home with marble floors, a grand staircase, personal theater room, indoor and outdoor pools, and a view of one of the most beautiful beaches of Southern France.
I don't know the wall color is a real deal breaker for me :/
300k on house hunters: here’s a shack, you might be able to afford paint.
300k on fixer upper: here is an Irish castle that was moved brick by brick from it’s oceanside cliff. We can completely update it, with new appliances, and three pools. We’re also going to make it really personal for you and invite you to hang out at our cool farm.
300k on flip or flop: We bought this studio at an auction. It doesn’t have a ceiling, the walls have holes, and there is a family of racoons living in the floor. We’re going to cover everything in granite and sell it for a million dollars.
This house is everything we have ever dreamed of. It's $75,000 under budget, in a beautiful neighborhood, a reasonable commute time to work, and located in a fantastic school district.
but it doesn't have stainless steel appliances so instead of spending $3,000 for those appliances we're gonna pick the house that is over budget by $50,000, has fewer and smaller rooms,longer commute, noisy neighborhood with rude neighbors, all because it already has stainless steel appliances.