Buying a House Sucks Pt 2

future homeHigh School and college teach absolutely ZERO life skills. There should be a course on life skills. In fact, your senior year courses should all be “Life Skills”. I am responsible for the marketing budgets of a $150 million a year sales force, I have been a chief architect in some of the most advanced automotive seo and automotive social media marketing strategies in the marketplace today and yet when it comes to buying my first home, I am completely lost.

It’s no secret that I probably couldn’t hammer a nail straight in to a board if my life depended on it, but I never knew there was so much to know. Is it to this code or that code? Heights of stairs from beams? Length of span on a cantilevered deck? Joists and hangers and WTF!? And Radon… F’ing Radon! Some people say it is complete BS, others say you’ll become radioactive overnight! Air mitigations systems and air make-up systems and AAAAAARRRRRGGGGHHH!!

I just want to buy a sexy house on a lake! OK, there is no doubt, the house is sexy. I just want to get past this “problem phase” and in to the “buying phase”… The pictures really don’t do it justice, but here are a few more:

Detached Garage

There is a 2 car attached garage and this awesome detached 2 car garage with workshop, wood storage and loft above.


Living Room

View of the living room from the 2nd floor


Living room

View of the living room entering from kitchen

Deck Lake view

View of the lake from part of the full wrap around deck

Lake View

Lake view from part of 2 acre yard

Deck Side view

More deck

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