Disagreement on house

posted 8 months ago in Relationships
Post # 31
1027 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: March 2015

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kmbumbee190618 :  I also find it super, super strange your husband will have to BUY his parents land when his father passes. Unless there are other siblings involved or his mom is a raging monster, it just seems odd he has to buy it instead of inheriting it or paying a minimal amount to just have the deed/trust put into his name.

Um, how is the mother supposed to move to town without any money? Most people aren’t wealthy enough to just give away their home and buy a new one.

Try asking one of your parents or inlaws to just give you their house and go away. I bet they’d turn out to be a “raging monster” too.

Post # 32
792 posts
Busy bee


This is all kinds of wrong.

Keep them at a reasonable distance so the relationship doesn’t break down. End of story.

His relationship with his spouse and parents is more important than the horses, I am sorry to say! 

Besides, if you guys TTC soon, then he won’t even have the time for anything else with the lil’ ones running around. Also, lil’ kids enjoy trips to grandparents’ homes. It’s not the same as living with them.

Everyone needs their own space, especially NEWLYWEDS.

Post # 33
664 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: March 2017

You have a long posting history about how you feel that your inlaws are too involved and overbearing. There is no way that you should move next to them if you don’t want to see them every day. 

Ps. The whole thing about his dad dying is kind of sick and mercenary.

Ps why did you create a new account? You kind of messed up by commenting from the other account lol.

Post # 34
1090 posts
Bumble bee

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misskitty90 :  So when the parents ask your hubby why he’s so anxious to move next door, is he going to be honest and tell them? If he were my son, I’d get a restraining order. These days, you can never be too careful. 

Post # 35
5220 posts
Bee Keeper

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sf618b :  Right?! THATs the worst part. 

Post # 36
7524 posts
Bumble Beekeeper
  • Wedding: June 2013

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misskitty90 :  you say if they move to town they would be over at your house all the time because they are needy. What do you expect to happen if you live right next door to them?

Where do you live now? Can’t you just stay there until his parents are ready to give up their house? 

Post # 37
1142 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: October 2015

instead of building which can be pricey, why not buy a mobile home? There are some really nice ones that you can get on the cheap, espically when he wants to buy their land when given the chance? This will help save money for a remodel or a possilbe tear down and build on the new property. 

I suggest this because my coworkers son and his family are going to do this on his mothers property. Its just a more cost effective option for the long run with still giving you a home of your own.

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