Attaining the Dream Home

Yes, I will have four of these if you don’t mind. In today’s lesson, children, we shall be learning about home ownership. What kind of person do you think I am? But seriously, I’m now around about sixteen-and-a-half (I’m not so good at dates) and I’ve come to the realisation that there are crucial gaps in my education. I mean, there are just a lot of things I’ve never needed to know.

Home ownership, for example. I live in a tower. Not the princess type- a fully sufficient tower, with a bakery and a laundry and supposedly a room with video games though I’ve never found it and I’m pretty sure it’s a myth at this point. I don’t need to buy a home. But I still want to, at some point. I have my dream: that house in Brighton. Conveyancers are going to have their work cut out for them. I want one with a lap pool.

Getting everything settled will involve sitting down with a conveyancer and discussing financial options. I also need to know more about the Section 32 statement, which I just found during my Google trawling. Still trying to wrap my head around that one.

But right now, I can’t imagine holding a proper conversation with a conveyancer. It doesn’t seem right since strictly speaking I haven’t really lived in the world for the last two years. And I’ve certainly never lived as an adult, since I’m not even one of those yet.

So that sort of puts the brakes on owning my dream home. Where does a person learn about this kind of thing? I haven’t heard of people going to university purely to learn about property transfers, or wherever folks get huge amounts of money to pay for these things.

Ahem. But there you have it. I might need to start taking night classes or something. Because I don’t already have enough of those. Still, if I’m ever going to own my dream home, I’ll need find the best property conveyancer Bentleigh has to offer.They give me the low-down. The perfect pool house is waiting for me.