We have had a long road in our area since the recession hit a few years ago. Instead of working with the government to be able to get back on our feet, our area has relied heavily on one another to help ourselves make something out of nothing. We have had small banks give out loans to small businesses to help them stay afloat and that helped the businesses stay in business while they were getting back on track. The banks have since been paid and even novi homes are selling better now than they did years ago. As a result, people are now looking for great deals on houses as they are not as easy to find as years ago. People are buying up houses for a low price that have to be upgraded to be considered modern.
Who in their right mind would ever refuse to live on the beach? Sure, you have hurricanes and potential flooding to worry about but those things are small compared to how great it is to be kicking back whenever you like with the sand between your toes! This has always been my idea of high living and after finding carolina beach real estate, I contacted them looking for a new home. My friend and I have been living together for years and we both had decided that it was time that we leave behind Missouri and check out what the Carolinas would have in store for us.
Many people now are moving to Sedona. There are many lovely sedona luxury homes there as well. Sedona is a lovely place to visit but it is an even lovelier place to live. It’s great for retirees as well as families.
The area is known for its lovely red sand stone and red rocks formations. This is great for hiking, photo taking and painting making it a great area for artists. While summers are hot the winters are nice and warm. This makes it very attractive to retirees and people wanting a vacation home to retreat to during the winter.
Sedona is very attractive to young couples and singles. They have many fun seasonal events likeThe Sedona Miracle Annual Charity Fundraiser, theSedona International Film Festival, the Sedona Marathon, the Sedona Bluegrass Festival as well as the Sedona Jazz on the Rocks Festival. There are also many art organizations.
Sedona is also very attractive on a spiritual level. There are said to be spiritual vortices around Bell rock, Cathedral Rock and Airport Mesa. There are also some great schools in the area for families.
I really have to start thinking about what I am going to do next. My company has given me a pretty stark choice. If I stay here in South Carolina, I probably get downsized. However they want me to transfer for to a different division of the corporation that operates in the San Diego area of California. I have a lot of stuff too, and I have a two story house with three kids and a wife. I even have a huge garage, I have to get estimates from website for national moving companies, but the move seems like a logistical nightmare to me. For one thing I have all sorts of toys. The boys and I have dirt bikes and all terrain vehicles. We have a two jet skis and a deck boat, but I have a 20 foot john boat too. In all we have six cars, including a couple of muscle cars that I have been tinkering with off and on for years, and a 1960 Chevy Apache pickup truck that once belonged to my grand dad.
I really will not give up that old truck, because it means a great deal to me. All of that other stuff will be up on the market though. I will have to see what I can sell and see what it will cost to move the rest of it. Right now Shell is not working and it should probably not be all that big of a problem for her to get a new teaching job once all of the kids are old enough to go to school every morning. That is not a huge issue. Of course I might just look around to see if I can find a job closer to home before I take their offer. I do not really want to move.
Right now I am going to need to find a temporary place to stay in La Jolla. My wife and I are split up at the moment and she is going to keep the house, but the division of property is probably going to be pretty amicable. At any rate for the next six or seven months I would have needed to live down in La Jolla and I have to look for la jolla real estate that fits my needs. Splitting up with Mary Anne is not a huge deal really. We started out pretty strong, but it was getting pretty bad. There are no kids to consider and each of us earns a fairly good living, so there is not much for us to fight about. I just have to move forward at any rate and look at what to do next.
For starters I am thinking about getting a relatively inexpensive condo within an easy drive of the place where I am working for the next few months.