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another very stressful night, very little sleep. Im still feeling positive and hopeful. #homeprices #homeshortage

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  1. Your situation is not really a crisis in my view. You have a good income and money in the bank. Most people facing eviction now have no money, some have no jobs or prospects and there are no units available anyway. I think most of these people would be better off dead, especially the sick elderly. Maybe our government should set up euthanasia clinics, since they are not helping the most vulnerable and desperate and things seem more hopeless each day.

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  2. My suggestion is to put everything in storage. Keep looking, keep praying, stay with mom until you find something. Could you buy the place where you now live?
    Would your mother be interested in renting or selling to you? Could you add onto her house? This way she or you would have a potential rental property of your own after you find what you want or whatever.
    In 1990s I put all of my stuff in storage and moved into my mother’s house to take care of her until the end of her life. She was 76, had advanced emphysema, and needed someone there most of the time. She willed me the house as a gift. My brother was okay with that because he lived out of state and had his own life and family to consider.
    It was one of the hardest and best parts of my life. We drove each other nuts sometimes and sometimes made each other laugh so much that neither of us could breathe. She lived two more years and I was there for her last breath. From the experience I learned so much about life and myself.
    I am not suggesting you move in with your mother expecting her to die or give you her house, but it might be a viable temporary solution.
    I am recently retired (great timing!) and still live in her 2 bedroom former house. I am in North Atlanta, Georgia and now everyone in this neighborhood is getting pleas from realtors to sell. I won’t—I also am an artist and frankly have too much stuff, I like where I am, it is perfect size, etc. But, Mr. Potential Home Buyer Darryl, I also need new plumbing, new roof, a couple of electrical things fixed, and there is no landlord to call.
    God is going to put you where you need to be—maybe even in another town or living with Mom for a while.
    Good luck,
    👩🏻‍🎨❤️👍🏻 Laurie
    P.S. Check with banks and county about buying foreclosure house 🏡.

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  3. God bless you. Just imagine how much worse this whole situation could be if you were still refusing responsibility. Consider yourself blessed with the ability to deal with it

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  4. Your housing sounds like it is in Canada, in Vancouver 79% of ones dollar goes to housing and that’s before tax which we pay more then most Countries because of our support systems are wide and varied. Right across the the country is a housing thus rental crisis, too.

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  5. A storage unit sounds wise until you find the right place. I feel sick for you. Your a decent guy who doesn’t deserve this. Am proud of you too.

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  6. You have good credit and good income but not enough to stay where you are. Then you blame a bunch of rich liberals from NY for your predicament. Big baby. Move home to mommy, right wing fascist.

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  7. I'm in Ireland so not much good as far as getting a roof over your head goes. Would it be worth looking farther West, or North, just out of reach for commuting daily to Boston or NY? Your decency should be rewarded by the Gods because you could have approached this very differently, as you stated.

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  8. It often just after the pressure of the crisis get released that the temptation goes up. You made the best choice for the extra stress but for a shorter time's

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  9. Good luck, man! It's stressful but you'll get something figured out. Using booze or drugs sure wouldn't make the situation better so you've got your mind right.

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