Well, as we move in today, it is time to end my blog series on our moving out experience. I feel as if I’ve documented the whole experience really well, which I hope will help people in our position in the future. If you’ve read the three previous posts in this blog series, you’ll know that we started off trying to find a home for ourselves and then decided to hire a buyer’s advocate in the Armadale area to help us instead.
It was too hard to find a rental property on our own. We kept getting outbid by Boomers and it was really deflating. When we started working with the buyer’s advocate our lives changed. Everything was just so much easier. It seemed like with the help of a buyer’s advocate, doors just opened for us. Where we were being beaten out beforehand, we were suddenly leading the pack. It felt like we could live anywhere that we wanted, which wasn’t the case when we were doing it on our own.
As I sit in my new bedroom and admire my awesome interior design skills, I am truly grateful to the local buyer’s agent in Elsternwick for helping us. I literally wouldn’t be sitting here today without her. I feel like I’m going to be so much more independent now than if I was still living with my parents. I love my parents so much and they gave me such an incredible childhood and young adulthood. I was afforded every opportunity thanks to them, and I am going to be forever grateful, but it was time for me to fly the nest.
Anyway, it’s time to wrap up this blog series. I hope anyone who reads this finds it helpful and insightful.
If you couldn’t be bothered reading each blog post in this series, let me give you a little synopsis. The moral of the story is that if you’re moving, you should hire a buyer’s agent.