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MACS to Florida Journey Journal
MACS Offline
#301 Posted:
Joined: 02-26-2004
Posts: 75,400
It would appear as if CA is exacting their last pound of flesh before I can leave the state...

The CA Franchise Tax Board would like me to pay them 3.33% of the sale price of my home, since I am selling for more than 500k and we're married filing jointly. Frying pan

This is more painful than I thought.
HockeyDad Offline
#302 Posted:
Joined: 09-20-2000
Posts: 43,464
https://www.ftb.ca.gov/forms/2022/2022-593.pdf

https://www.car.org/-/media/CAR/Documents/Transaction-Center/PDF/QUICK-GUIDES/Quick-Guide---CA-Withholding-Tax-on-Sale-of-Real-Property.pdf

As your primary home you should be exempt.
Whistlebritches Offline
#303 Posted:
Joined: 04-23-2006
Posts: 21,708
MACS wrote:
It would appear as if CA is exacting their last pound of flesh before I can leave the state...

The CA Franchise Tax Board would like me to pay them 3.33% of the sale price of my home, since I am selling for more than 500k and we're married filing jointly. Frying pan

This is more painful than I thought.



I would think homestead laws would apply here...........and that may be where HD was directing you above.
madspackler Offline
#304 Posted:
Joined: 03-07-2000
Posts: 3,572
Crooks
HockeyDad Offline
#305 Posted:
Joined: 09-20-2000
Posts: 43,464
For married filing jointly the first $500K of profit is not taxable. Your cost basis is what you paid for the house + improvements/maintenance so profit is the amount above that.

The 3.3% withholding is state law for a real estate sale unless you file an exemption using form 593. If you are going to have a profit over $500K you need to do withholding. Escrow doesn’t know your situation so they have to withhold unless proven that they do not.

(On a side note, I love that we don’t pay state income tax. We pay a franchise tax (based on income!))
BuckyB93 Offline
#306 Posted:
Joined: 07-16-2004
Posts: 12,393
MACS wrote:
Termite inspection was good.

Home inspector said nothing major was wrong and only pointed out a few things we already knew. Said the house looked better than a lot of houses he has done.

Had to put in a couple CO2 monitors while he was here, so he could check that box. Didn't have any and they're required for any sale now. They have "plug-ins" but no outlets in the upstairs hall, so I had to mount a battery operated one. Easy enough.


Prolly meant carbon monoxide detectors not carbon dioxide detectors.

They are mandatory here in MA too. I had them on every floor and one mounted right near the furnace in the basement (that's primarily the source of any leaking of CO) so that one would be the canary in the mine shaft if any thing went wrong. If I had a gas fireplace, pellet stove, wood stove, or the like I'd put one near that thing too.
MACS Offline
#307 Posted:
Joined: 02-26-2004
Posts: 75,400
HockeyDad wrote:
For married filing jointly the first $500K of profit is not taxable. Your cost basis is what you paid for the house + improvements/maintenance so profit is the amount above that.

The 3.3% withholding is state law for a real estate sale unless you file an exemption using form 593. If you are going to have a profit over $500K you need to do withholding. Escrow doesn’t know your situation so they have to withhold unless proven that they do not.

(On a side note, I love that we don’t pay state income tax. We pay a franchise tax (based on income!))


Yeah, I called the escrow company and was like WTF!?!?

She explained to me how to fill out the 593. We lived in the house for 22 years, it's our primary residence, and I am not making a 500k profit over what I paid for it, so I guess we are exempt. Thank God... that's like 20 freakin' grand.

Between what I originally paid and what it is selling for the difference is 434k. Whew!
deadeyedick Offline
#308 Posted:
Joined: 03-13-2003
Posts: 14,587
HockeyDad wrote:
For married filing jointly the first $500K of profit is not taxable. Your cost basis is what you paid for the house + improvements/maintenance so profit is the amount above that.

The 3.3% withholding is state law for a real estate sale unless you file an exemption using form 593. If you are going to have a profit over $500K you need to do withholding. Escrow doesn’t know your situation so they have to withhold unless proven that they do not.

(On a side note, I love that we don’t pay state income tax. We pay a franchise tax (based on income!))


Think I read some time back that Cali was trying to pass an Exit Tax of about .4% for anyone trying to escape. Supposed to be for the 1% crowd so MACS shouldn't worry.

Also, unless state laws are different you generally can't use maintenance as part of the cost basis calculations.
Ram27 Offline
#309 Posted:
Joined: 04-30-2005
Posts: 45,916
Wonderful Applause

3 0 NINER
Abrignac Offline
#310 Posted:
Joined: 02-24-2012
Posts: 16,175
MACS wrote:
Termite inspection tomorrow 12-2pm. Home inspection the day after that at 10am.

I'ze rollin', bruh... I'ze rollin'...

Sold one of my power recliners. Lady just texted me her husband wants the other one, too. lol

Edit: Man cave is down to a nylon folding chair, a table and a TV.


Good thing I got there when I did.
Abrignac Offline
#311 Posted:
Joined: 02-24-2012
Posts: 16,175
frankj1 wrote:
shoulda had Anth take some chit back to Louisiana...


I would have if I could. Speaking of Louisiana, I visited my favorite watering hole last night. Since my favorite bartender was working I made a pit stop on the way and picked up some boiled crawfish. We pigged out. Season is almost over. That might have been my last batch until December. Picking her up later for lunch.
Palama Offline
#312 Posted:
Joined: 02-05-2013
Posts: 19,738
Fify

Abrignac wrote:
I would have if I could. Speaking of Louisiana, I visited my favorite watering hole other than the one in Grants Pass last night. Since my favorite bartender was working I made a pit stop on the way and picked up some boiled crawfish. We pigged out. Season is almost over. That might have been my last batch until December. Picking her up later for maybe some afternoon delight. whip







Or not.

Whistlebritches Offline
#313 Posted:
Joined: 04-23-2006
Posts: 21,708
Abrignac wrote:
I would have if I could. Speaking of Louisiana, I visited my favorite watering hole last night. Since my favorite bartender was working I made a pit stop on the way and picked up some boiled crawfish. We pigged out. Season is almost over. That might have been my last batch until December. Picking him up later for lunch.



FIFY.................no judgement here brother
plinytheelder Offline
#314 Posted:
Joined: 10-24-2006
Posts: 8,761
MACS wrote:
It would appear as if CA is exacting their last pound of flesh
This is more painful than I thought.


Pound of flesh? Just wait...
I decided I'd finance $50k, the financial institution wants everything verified as far as money in the bank (for our down payment).
"OK" makes sense. Then they start quibbling about $90 that was returned to us by the Title Co for HOA over billing. $90 f'n dollars.Brick wall "it has to be on a letterhead so a computer generated receipt is no good.Shame on you "WTF! it's from the bank"!!!

2 days wasted calling old Title CO, HOA of sold house, current bank, new lender... just to get it straightened out.

Shawn, there is a line of people that are trying to exact a FEW pounds of flesh... CA is easy, the Title Co takes care of that. Just wait until you try to buy your NEXT house. Things have changed since you bought your last house... and the intrusion will make you wonder how these businesses are not collapsing.
rfenst Offline
#315 Posted:
Joined: 06-23-2007
Posts: 36,799
MACS wrote:
Yeah, I called the escrow company and was like WTF!?!?

She explained to me how to fill out the 593. We lived in the house for 22 years, it's our primary residence, and I am not making a 500k profit over what I paid for it, so I guess we are exempt. Thank God... that's like 20 freakin' grand.

Between what I originally paid and what it is selling for the difference is 434k. Whew!

Congratulations!

I look forward to meeting you in 3D and a good herf- when you get settled in- or come to Orlando.

Oh, and we too have a room for you here anytime.

Many people's homes are their greatest asset. You seem to have hit very close to the top of the market on the day you sold it as I would think its value probably decreased since then- due to increasing interest rates. People just can't afford as much house right now as they could two to three weeks ago.
rfenst Offline
#316 Posted:
Joined: 06-23-2007
Posts: 36,799
Look what was in this evening's newspaper. Now I really think you got out great.




Home sellers cutting list prices as more buyers take pause

Los Angeles Times

LOS ANGELES — Home sellers are increasingly cutting their asking prices as buyers, constrained by higher mortgage rates and overall inflation, have become less willing to jump into the housing market at any cost.

The growing number of price cuts, a trend showing up in data from across the nation, is one of the strongest signs yet that the previously red-hot market, fueled by low mortgage rates and all-cash bidding wars, is cooling.

The price reductions don't mean overall home values are dropping. In the wider U.S., they make up a minority of listings, and most homes still sell for more than the list price.

Industry experts, for now, do not see a plunge coming in the housing market, catapulted to record-high prices in the first two years of the pandemic as many people sought out more space and had new savings to spend.

Values could come down modestly, some experts said, if the Federal Reserve's actions to tame inflation send mortgage interest rates significantly higher — or tip the economy into recession.

For buyers, the market already feels significantly different from the frenzied competition of several months ago.
"The market is not the same as it was a month ago even," said Lindsay Katz, a Los Angeles agent at Redfin, the brokerage company.

On Covello Street in the Van Nuys neighborhood of Los Angeles, the owner of a four-bedroom house recently cut the price by $50,000 to $949,900 after the 1950s tract home sat on the market for three weeks.

Other homes in the area are listing even bigger price reductions: a $78,000 cut for a two-bedroom home, and a house with an accessory dwelling unit first listed at $1 million now for sale at $860,000 — a $140,000 price cut.

Katz doesn't represent the Van Nuys listings, but similarly had to recently cut the price on a four-bedroom home in the Woodland Hills neighborhood by $40,000.

The explanation for the dramatic shift is simple, according to real estate experts. Mortgage interest rates have shot up in recent months, quickly making housing much more expensive.

Monthly mortgage payments for a same-priced home are now hundreds of dollars — sometimes upward of $1,000 — more than what they were at the beginning of the year, when rates were in the 3% range.

The change has placed some buyers in entirely new price brackets and priced others out altogether.

"I have buyers who are now kind of at a standstill," said Yolanda Cortez, an L.A. area agent at Century 21 Realty Masters.
Some were already looking at homes in the L.A. area at the top end of their budget.

But after interest rates rose, Cortez said, they can now afford only a house in the Antelope or Victor valleys, high-desert communities more than 60 miles from downtown Los Angeles, a nonstarter "because they work in the L.A. area."
As a result, fewer homes are going into escrow, inventory is rising and sellers are starting to react.

The share of homes listed for sale that took recent price cuts has more than doubled since last year. During the four weeks that ended June 5, 16.2% of listings in L.A. County had at least one price cut, up from 7.5% during the same period last year, Redfin data show.

In Orange, Riverside and San Bernardino counties the share of price drops rose to more than 20% of listings, up from about 7% a year earlier.

Nationwide, there haven't been this many price cuts since 2019. Homes for sale in Los Angeles and Orange Counties haven't seen this number of price reductions since late 2018 — the last time mortgage rates shot up. In the Inland Empire, price reductions are at an all-time high in a dataset that started in 2015.

Despite the slowdown, agents say that there are still many eager buyers and that the number of homes for sale remains well below pre-pandemic levels, with bidding wars still breaking out for the best properties.

Tregg Rustad, an agent at Rodeo Realty, said that two weeks ago his client submitted an offer on a Silver Lake house that was hundreds of thousands of dollars above the asking price.

"The buyer didn't get it," he said, noting he's seen similar bidding wars in Santa Monica and Hancock Park.
Still, there has been a marked shift in the environment for would-be home buyers, and other changes are afoot as price cuts become more common.

In the last two years, many sellers ignored offers unless buyers waived certain contingencies, particularly the appraisal contingency that allows a buyer to walk away if an appraisal comes in low.

Now, buyers can leave those contingencies in place and have their offers taken seriously, said real estate agent Derek Oie, founder of Movement Real Estate in the Inland Empire.

Buyers "are not in the driver's seat," Oie said. "But they are not being dictated to anymore."
Carl Izbicki, a real estate agent at RE/MAX Estate Properties in Los Angeles, said homes that used to get about 15 to 25 offers now get three to five.

When the market was on fire, one of Izbicki's clients, a couple, lost out on about eight homes despite bidding well above the asking price. Last week, Izbicki sent them a list of properties that have been on the market for more than 30 days.
"If they like one of these homes, we are going to offer less," he said.

In an interview a few days later, Izbicki said the couple did just that, offering about $40,000 less than the asking price on a three-bedroom home in Van Nuys listed at $789,000. They are waiting to hear back.

Michael Simonsen, founder of real estate data firm Altos Research, said that though some buyers are now priced out, others probably have paused their searches for other reasons.

As inventory rises, even those who can still buy are choosing not to, creating somewhat of a self-fulfilling slowdown prophecy.

"Buyers know they can wait maybe until the summer and have more selection," Simonsen said.
Despite the increased prevalence of price cuts, many analysts don't predict the actual value of Southern California homes to fall soon — absent a recession.

After accounting for price reductions, most sellers are still listing their homes at higher prices than a year ago, and on average, homes are still selling for above the list price, said Taylor Marr, a Redfin economist.

In Los Angeles County, the initial median list price — the price at first listing — for the four weeks that ended June 5 was 9% higher than it was in the same period last year, while the average price drop — which occurs on a growing but still minority number of listings — was 5%, according to Redfin.

Experts said some of the recent price cuts probably came from overeager sellers who priced their properties way over market value to take advantage of what until recently was a very hot market.

Further guarding against value declines, homeowners who don't need to sell may choose not to in a softening market.
Izbicki, for example, just dropped the price on a two-bedroom condo in Palms by $24,000. If no one offers close to the new list price of $824,000, he said his client plans to rent it out instead.

Many analysts predict home prices will keep rising this year, but by a smaller percentage than they are rising now.

One of the more downbeat forecasts comes from John Burns Real Estate Consulting, which last month predicted that by December 2022, Southern California home prices will have risen by the mid-single digits compared with a year earlier, a marked slowdown from the roughly 20% gain in May.

The consulting firm predicted home prices would then decline by the mid-single digits in both 2023 and 2024 as the Fed's efforts to fight inflation push the economy into recession.

The market may morph further, however. After a report Friday that showed inflation accelerated, more economists now expect the Federal Reserve this week will raise interest rates by more than what had been widely expected, which could send mortgage rates even higher.

On Monday, partly in anticipation of a more aggressive Fed, the average rate on a 30-year mortgage hit 6.18%, up from 5.5% the previous Monday, according to Mortgage News Daily.

Rick Palacios Jr., director of research at John Burns Real Estate Consulting, said the research firm is debating whether to adjust its forecast downward because of the jump by mortgage rates above 6%.

Already, "there are not a ton of buyers," said Heather Presha, a Keller Williams agent who specializes in South L.A. "I wouldn't be surprised that by the end of the year we are kind of midway to a buyer's market."
MACS Offline
#317 Posted:
Joined: 02-26-2004
Posts: 75,400
Gas company called to shut off gas on July 11 (close of escrow day).
Electric company order to stop electric on July 11 placed.
Water shut off order for July 11 placed.

Ordered another dumpster for this Friday for a week. All I gotta do now is contact Frontier and have the internet shut off before we go.
MACS Offline
#318 Posted:
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Yeah, Robert, that has me worried these buyers are gonna be like... hey, bruh... change of plans. But the prices in CA are not dropping just yet for some reason.

The realtor who has been sending me Florida listings keeps sending me ones with price drops. We'll see how things go.
HockeyDad Offline
#319 Posted:
Joined: 09-20-2000
Posts: 43,464
Prices aren’t dropping in California. We are still way short on housing.

One of our new laws this year extends the Housing Crisis Act of 2019 which was to expire in 2025 and now will be in place until 2030.

Yes, we have something called the housing crisis act.

We also passed a law that single family zoned parcels can be subdivided up to a maximum of two parcels and four units with nothing more than administrative approval. No hearings. We’re trying to encourage turning single family homes into duplexes.
MACS Offline
#320 Posted:
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^Push up the time-table, bruh... gotta git while the gittin' is good.
Whistlebritches Offline
#321 Posted:
Joined: 04-23-2006
Posts: 21,708
HockeyDad wrote:
Prices aren’t dropping in California. We are still way short on housing.

One of our new laws this year extends the Housing Crisis Act of 2019 which was to expire in 2025 and now will be in place until 2030.

Yes, we have something called the housing crisis act.

We also passed a law that single family zoned parcels can be subdivided up to a maximum of two parcels and four units with nothing more than administrative approval. No hearings. We’re trying to encourage turning single family homes into duplexes.



Makes no since........at the rate Cali folks are showing up here you'd think the population would be falling dramatically. **** ing west coasters need to stop producing little left wing bastards.
MACS Offline
#322 Posted:
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They're not producing them... they're importing them from foreign countries.

And they're not the ones buying the houses. It's investors.
HockeyDad Offline
#323 Posted:
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Posts: 43,464
World Economic Forum: 8 Predictions for the World in 2030

You'll Own Nothing and You'll Be Happy

HockeyDad Offline
#324 Posted:
Joined: 09-20-2000
Posts: 43,464
MACS wrote:
^Push up the time-table, bruh... gotta git while the gittin' is good.


Our situation has become very complicated. It may take a few months to resolve until there is a clear path.
HockeyDad Offline
#325 Posted:
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Whistlebritches wrote:
Makes no since........at the rate Cali folks are showing up here you'd think the population would be falling dramatically. **** ing west coasters need to stop producing little left wing bastards.


The secret is people have been leaving California for 30 years to go to other states. More arrive from Latinx America and Asia so the population still grows. That growth got messed up over the last two years because of the ‘Rona effect.

…and we don’t produce little left wing bastards. We abort them just as fast as we can!
Whistlebritches Offline
#326 Posted:
Joined: 04-23-2006
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HockeyDad wrote:
The secret is people have been leaving California for 30 years to go to other states. More arrive from Latinx America and Asia so the population still grows. That growth got messed up over the last two years because of the ‘Rona effect.

…and we don’t produce little left wing bastards. We abort them just as fast as we can!


I forgot about all new arrivals..........but isn't the gubmint gonna provide them free housing?Or are they going to give them enough to buy a small mansion in SoCal.....you know a 1000-1200 square footer,gotta be big enough to house 30-40 ya know.

Can y'all please start aborting the new arrivals............
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#327 Posted:
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Interesting, do all Texans think a mansion is 1000 to 1200 square feet? If you ever get a wall between Texas and Mexico I want one between Nevada and California.
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#328 Posted:
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Posts: 57,417
I think part of the deal is MACS hated California, and the other part is getting as far away from Nevada as possible.
Whistlebritches Offline
#329 Posted:
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Posts: 21,708
Speyside2 wrote:
Interesting, do all Texans think a mansion is 1000 to 1200 square feet? If you ever get a wall between Texas and Mexico I want one between Nevada and California.



Sarcasm Sarcasm Sarcasm

No Sheldon they do not
MACS Offline
#330 Posted:
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Posts: 75,400
ZRX1200 wrote:
I think part of the deal is MACS hated California, and the other part is getting as far away from Nevada as possible.


Nevada was never an issue. Pechanga Indian casino is 4 miles from my house. However, that issue was resolved.
HockeyDad Offline
#331 Posted:
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Speyside2 wrote:
Interesting, do all Texans think a mansion is 1000 to 1200 square feet? If you ever get a wall between Texas and Mexico I want one between Nevada and California.


In San Francisco that would sell for 1.5 million. In Texas that is the size of a storage shed.

There will never be a wall between California and Nevada. There will just be more occupation forces.
rfenst Offline
#332 Posted:
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Posts: 36,799
MACS, What is your last day at the house? What is your first day in Florida?
MACS Offline
#333 Posted:
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We close escrow on July 11. Packout is between 5-7 July, so may stay at the Navy base for a couple days. I won't leave the state until the proceeds from the sale are in my account. I opted for the wire transfer.

Got an AirBnB reserved for 15 July in Jax.
MACS Offline
#334 Posted:
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Posts: 75,400
Getting a camper shell put on the truck on Saturday. Not a big fan of them, but driving across country with stuff in the back I will need it.
deadeyedick Offline
#335 Posted:
Joined: 03-13-2003
Posts: 14,587
MACS wrote:
We close escrow on July 11. Packout is between 5-7 July, so may stay at the Navy base for a couple days. I won't leave the state until the proceeds from the sale are in my account. I opted for the wire transfer.

Got an AirBnB reserved for 15 July in Jax.


I just saw on the news that Jax temp today is 78/103. Ouch!
MACS Offline
#336 Posted:
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Posts: 75,400
66/97 here today... that's what AC is for, right?

Weather in CA is definitely great. Aside from the fishing, sometimes, I can't think of much else.
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#337 Posted:
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MACS wrote:
66/97 here today... that's what AC is for, right?

Weather in CA is definitely great. Aside from the fishing, sometimes, I can't think of much else.


Four days only to cross the whole country. You are haaad core.
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#338 Posted:
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Sitting on the shaded deck with Kuba enjoying coffee. 78 degrees and low humidity.

Roof, gutters, driveway and deck blown.

That leave only me needing it.
MACS Offline
#339 Posted:
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Starting to feel a bit sketchy about the moving company.

Used "Safe Ship" and they're a broker. Still have no clue who is doing the move, or what day they will arrive (sched for 5-7 July). No answer when I call Safe Ship, goes to voice mail.

I'm thinking I need to call my insurance company and get my stuff insured. Brick wall

Not sure WTF to do if they don't show up. Good luck trying to find a moving company this late in the game. d'oh!
Ram27 Offline
#340 Posted:
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Hope you're on the phone with insurance company!?!
Whistlebritches Offline
#341 Posted:
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MACS wrote:
Starting to feel a bit sketchy about the moving company.

Used "Safe Ship" and they're a broker. Still have no clue who is doing the move, or what day they will arrive (sched for 5-7 July). No answer when I call Safe Ship, goes to voice mail.

I'm thinking I need to call my insurance company and get my stuff insured. Brick wall

Not sure WTF to do if they don't show up. Good luck trying to find a moving company this late in the game. d'oh!


Buddy of mine just moved from Washington State to Tennessee.......... https://www.pods.com is your friend.He was most impressed
MACS Offline
#342 Posted:
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Too late in the game for that, bruh. This time of year, and especially in CA, moving companies are swamped.

And if it comes down to it, even though we don't want to... it's stuff. And it can be replaced.
rfenst Offline
#343 Posted:
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MACS wrote:
We close escrow on July 11. Packout is between 5-7 July, so may stay at the Navy base for a couple days. I won't leave the state until the proceeds from the sale are in my account. I opted for the wire transfer.

Got an AirBnB reserved for 15 July in Jax.


Looking forward to a beach or fishing herf once you get settled in.
You get rid of our wife's car or are you bringing it too?
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#344 Posted:
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Posts: 56,768
MACS wrote:
Starting to feel a bit sketchy about the moving company.

Used "Safe Ship" and they're a broker. Still have no clue who is doing the move, or what day they will arrive (sched for 5-7 July). No answer when I call Safe Ship, goes to voice mail.

I'm thinking I need to call my insurance company and get my stuff insured. Brick wall

Not sure WTF to do if they don't show up. Good luck trying to find a moving company this late in the game. d'oh!


It’s the way of the world. Maybe two components of the kitchen remodel were on time. The other ten missed their targets by from two hours to eight weeks. Wife finally caved and downgraded the dishwasher selection. Originally, it was to be in the second week of May. When she checked on Monday, the new date range ends in Mid August.

She bought something they had in stock.
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#345 Posted:
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rfenst wrote:
Looking forward to a beach or fishing herf once you get settled in.
You get rid of our wife or are you bringing her too?


OhMyGod
MACS Offline
#346 Posted:
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Selling the wife's car. We'll get her sumpin' when we get settled.
rfenst Offline
#347 Posted:
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MACS wrote:
Selling the wife's car. We'll get her sumpin' when we get settled.

Smart move not to put that mileage on that car.
rfenst Offline
#348 Posted:
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MACS wrote:
Selling the wife's car. We'll get her sumpin' when we get settled.

Smart move not to put that mileage on that car.
MACS Offline
#349 Posted:
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Call back from moving broker. They assured me everything was on track. Pray
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#350 Posted:
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Glad its working out for you...see you soon enough!
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