When you're house hunting, you become aware of all the people who are happy in their homes
Looking through listings online is the equivalent of speed dating
An open house is the person that will date just about anyone that comes into their life
Your agent is your best friend, saying things like "I think you and this house would be happy together" or "This house has a lot of issues"
You wonder why someone else hasn't snatched up a house that's been on the market for awhile
Putting a beautiful house on the market is like people breaking-up: You have to move fast before someone else buys it
You have to wonder if a house that was under contract but came back on the market has a huge flaw
An offer to purchase is like asking someone to date exclusively
You introduce that person to your other friends: The inspector and attorney who determine if you should move on to the next step
The mortgage contingency period is like being engaged - if you back out now, it could cost you a lot of money and some people will hate you
And the closing is your wedding day: When you sign the documents agreeing to love and live with each other
No house is perfect, but the question is: Are you perfect for each other?
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