The Emily Series Part III: Help Emily Choose a House

Some of you My Boss Chad has raised some concerns over the fact that I have used this blog this week to drive away his business. Dude needs a Xanax. To make amends, and since I don’t carry drugs handy, I am including this bonus round blog today to ensure he doesn’t fire me.

Our dear Emily (my blog reader who you can read about here and here) is still house hunting, and she needs your help. Now, she hasn’t actually requested your help, but clearly you’re all helpful people and I thought we could do some good in the world.

Emily is seriously considering three different houses at the moment. Let’s assist her decision-making process, shall we? Please vote on which house you think Emily should buy, and I’ll convince her to buy the one you want. If Emily buys your house, I will convince her to have us all over for spaghetti once she moves in.

Below, I have included three pictures of each home: The exterior, the kitchen, and a bathroom. All three homes are in the same area, and are similar styles.

House A: This home is listed for $13,000 over what Emily is comfortable spending.

Cute, right? Big yard, too.

Cute, right? Big yard, too.

Nice bar plus handy garbage storage.

Nice bar plus handy garbage storage.

House A Bath

meh

House B: This home is $9,900 over Emily’s desired max price.

Looks kind of like an old person's home, but it's still cute. And brick - that's a bonus.

Looks kind of like an old person’s home, but it’s still cute. And brick – that’s a bonus.

I like this kitchen because it makes me think of my mom. Maybe Emily can have my mom over?

I like this kitchen because it makes me think of my mom. Maybe Emily can have my mom over?

Oh boy.

Oh boy.

House C: This home is $20,100 under Emily’s max purchase price:

Oh stop it. Too cute.

Oh stop it. Too cute.

She says she'd repaint.

She says she’d repaint.

Got a bit of work to do here...

Got a bit of work to do here…

So what do you think, readers? House A? House B? House C? Please vote below and help Emily buy her very own home. I’ll post the results next week and present Emily with a full report. Emily, get the meatballs ready.

6 thoughts on “The Emily Series Part III: Help Emily Choose a House

  1. #1 if I had to choose only between the 3.

    #2 old…..

    #3 will have foundation problems because of the roots from that Oak Tree so that will end up costing quite a bit more which is probably the reason it is so cheap ☹

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  2. I need more pictures to make an informed decision.
    #1 – kitchen apparently only has a fridge, so it’d be hard to make spaghetti. I don’t even think I could bend over without hitting my backside on the other counter.

    #2 – It’s retro – not an old person’s home. Lots of potential.

    #3 has tons of potential as well, just not as retro.

    I picked #2.

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