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    Congrats....but,
    Steel doors?
    What KIND of neighborhood is this?
    Or are you paranoid like ME!:p

    How many sq.ft.?
    How much land?
    How many beds/ baths?


    TELL US!!!

    Actually, don't say anything else until AFTER the closing, you'll just jinx yourself.
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    Congrats!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vr3MxStyler2k3 View Post
    Im thinking the first thing I may do after I move in for reals...

    Projector -- Pull down screen, obviously...

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    I'm thinking,,fire up the grill and invite us over.;)
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    Congrats!

    A projector? And SVS subs? Hope the neighbors are far away!!
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    Not cool to post his address on the internet.

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    I really can't believe how cheap houses are down south....
    If you will it, dude, it is no dream.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bobman1235 View Post
    I really can't believe how cheap houses are down south....
    I agree, that would cost 4 times as much here.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Polkersince85 View Post
    Not cool to post his address on the internet.
    Oh crap .. I reported my own post to mod and asked them to remove the link.

    Apologies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bobman1235 View Post
    I really can't believe how cheap houses are down south....
    Ummm ... it's more like the area. One can find plenty of cheap houses now around Detroit and many parts of north/midwest, old steel town in PA, etc.

    Plenty of expensive houses in southern places like Atlanta, Asheville, etc.

    Check out this 1900SF in West Virginia for $25K

    http://www.realtor.com/realestateand...701_1109981451

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    Quote Originally Posted by bobman1235 View Post
    I really can't believe how cheap houses are down south....
    You have NO idea:p I spent 3 years trying to find a house, even a single wide mobile home in SE MA/ RI, and just gave up!
    The house I bought down here for $109K, would go for at least $600K in a relative town like Canton, Burlington, or someplace in metrowest, like Newton, Needham

    Ofcourse, we DO have a state unemployment rate of 10.2%:(
    That's part of the trade off.
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    What city or state are you in Obieone?

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    Quote Originally Posted by disneyjoe7 View Post
    What city or state are you in Obieone?
    I'm about 30 minutes S.W. of Columbia, SC.:) It's a one horse town,.....
    but a ton of cows, goats, chickens:p
    One of the people down the road has LLLAMA's!!!
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    Glad everyone knows where I am going to live... :)

    Makes me feel comfortable! haha
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vr3MxStyler2k3 View Post
    Glad everyone knows where I am going to live... :)

    Makes me feel comfortable! haha
    'Bout darn time Trey!
    Looks like a heck of a deal. I'll bring the steaks.

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    CONGRATS SID!

    That is really outstanding, I hope you enjoy it. It looks like a great place!
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    not trying to be a stick in the mud, and i'm surprised no one else has said it yet, but please do be careful and not spend your load (sounds dirty) on new gear just yet. it's your first house and you may want to spend money on possible upgrades, maybe some new furniture and things of the like. houses break down. air conditioners die. i am unaware of your financial standing, but try to keep a nest-egg for such emergencies!

    sweet place for sure and i hope you get this place.

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    Congrats and yes projector.
    engtaz

    I love how music can brighten up a bad day.

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    Im definitely going to hold off on the audio stuff for a bit -- just exciting to have that opprotunity I guess ;)

    I definitely want to get a couch, coffee table - new entry doors + new locks + alarm

    Ill wait probally a month or two and see how my bills look and look at the big scheme and go from there.

    Im pretty good about maintaining money and spreading things out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lightman1 View Post
    'Bout darn time Trey!
    Looks like a heck of a deal. I'll bring the steaks.
    You still up for running some dedicated lines? I want 4 or 5 outlets put on the front wall on a dedicated circuit...

    Ill pay ya! :)
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    Oh yeah if you are going with a projector I'd highly recommend not going with a cheap pull down screen.

    The tensioned ones are much better.

    Also, if I were you I'd invest on having all the HT gear on a subpanel.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vr3MxStyler2k3 View Post
    You still up for running some dedicated lines? I want 4 or 5 outlets put on the front wall on a dedicated circuit...

    Ill pay ya! :)
    No sweat buddy. Just say the word.

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    Good deal, glad to know we have another place to tear up with a Fest.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lightman1 View Post
    No sweat buddy. Just say the word.
    Why don't you run for him some 6/3 to a small subpanel with 3-4 dedicated 20A circuits? That way if he wants to put a projector on the ceiling it's no big deal...
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    Congrats Trey, I'm proud of you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by appadv View Post
    Why don't you run for him some 6/3 to a small subpanel with 3-4 dedicated 20A circuits? That way if he wants to put a projector on the ceiling it's no big deal...
    A good plan there. Tuck it away in a near closet and branch out from there.
    Good clean power to the goodies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lightman1 View Post
    A good plan there. Tuck it away in a near closet and branch out from there.
    Good clean power to the goodies.
    Yup, I'd HIGHLY recommend it.

    Oh yeah and make sure you use AFCI breakers for bedroom circuits!!
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    Congrats on the house bro, and I'm looking forward to seeing the PJ setup. Start that HT thread when you're ready.
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    Congratulations! Seeing that house, and what prices are like over there, makes me miss the East Coast, especially with all the Polkies over there, and equestrian events for Three Day Eventing.

    It looks like a nice place, just waiting for you to move in and have some fun! And if Russ is helping with the power stuff, you are really all set!

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    Quote Originally Posted by appadv View Post
    Yup, I'd HIGHLY recommend it.

    Oh yeah and make sure you use AFCI breakers for bedroom circuits!!
    Only if we completely re-wire the house. Not required for dedicted use sub-panels and associated circuits.
    Plus those damn things are powerful expensive!

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    Quote Originally Posted by lightman1 View Post
    Only if we completely re-wire the house. Not required for dedicted use sub-panels and associated circuits.
    Plus those damn things are powerful expensive!
    +1! The NFPA are starting to get GOOFY, and on my nerves, with the latest bunch of nonsense
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