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article. With two survey companies
on the job, how could this happen?
Christopher A. Young
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Oh, how many times I've gone in circles. I was following my GM navigation
according to address. Everything was fine, then it said to the effect, your
on your own. I swear. I switched to the garmin.
Hopefully they can work something reasonable out swapping lots or
whatever. Worst case moving a home a short distance isn't impossible nor
should it be outrageously expensive either. Sounds like the first
surveyor's insurance may be footing some of the bill.
If a house is built near the water it needs to be raised off the ground and
on posts so the water can go under it.
I almost bought into a time share at the beach. Friend just about had me
talked into it, then he said it was on the second floor and no elevator. To
make things worse, it was built on what looked like telephone poles about 15
or 20 feet tall so it was the equal of 3 floors. That killed the deal.
That will require stairs. I worked in a building that had 3 to 6 floors
depending on where you were . Each floor had two flights of 10 to 14 steps.
Thought when I moved from a single story house I would get away from stairs
except togo to a basement. Could not find a house like that but did find
one with a basement and a half floor upstairs. Two bedrooms and a bath.
Very seldom go up there unless the other bathroom is occupied as it is just
me and my wife now. The master bedroom is on the first floor as is the
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My area of the world has plenty of McMansions springing up, replacing
beautiful old houses. They're made more hideous by the huge fence that
invariably surrounds them, like the Huns are going to attack. But the
owners must think that they are attractive.
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