I inherited a home when my aunt passed away.
She was my favorite aunt and knew I loved her home. She didn’t have kids and I would always go visit her. She always had pretty flowers planted and her decorations done nice.
Shortly after her death, I was notified that in her will she wanted to leave me her home. I was pretty excited. I was only 19 years old but still lived at home with my mom and dad.
I couldn’t wait to get moved in and they let me know that everything would be official in a few weeks.
Since I already had a job that I worked 40 hours a week, I knew I would be able to keep up with the bills and she gave it to me, I would not need to pay rent or worry about a house payment.
Many people struggle to make it with all these bills and I was happy to know I would be given a good chance to live on my own without struggling.
Once everything was final, I was able to move in.
My other family members packed up the home and her belongings for me, with the exception of a few things I asked her to leave. I started moving in my things, which I really didn’t have a whole lot to move.
I didn’t have any furniture and decided I was going to buy some of it brand new since I had some money saved up.
I loved living on my own and still loved my aunt’s home. I kept up with her flowers and was able to keep some of them alive. Although they didn’t look as good as she made them look, they still looked pretty nice.
I figured this was something I would get the hang of over time.I lived in this house for a few years and had a boyfriend the whole time. We had found out that I was pregnant and we knew we would have to move out of this house.
It was nice, but it was very small and it only had one bedroom. We agreed this wasn’t going to be large enough to raise a family in.
I went online and looked for homes that were about the size we wanted.
We talked to the real estate agent and let them know that we own a home.
They asked if we had a down payment for the home we had looked at and we told her we planned on using the money from the sale of the home.
The real estate agent let us know we would need to sell Kansas home fast in order to get the money.
We didn’t really know where to start searching, so I went online and researched how to sell Kansas home fast. I wanted to make sure that I could sell my home quickly.
I wanted to get moved as soon as I could so I would be able to get a nursery done for our baby. I found a company that said they could help sell Kansas home fast so I called them.
I made arrangements with them to come look at it in a few days and make an offer on it. They were able to pay us in cash an amount we wanted and we were able to buy the home we were interested in.