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    Posted: Feb 03 2013 at 9:00am
I'm just really annoyed right now

Anywhoo if you bought someone a house do you think they should expect you to furnish it and keep up the insurance payments too?
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They have furniture from their old house.
They have jobs. But it seems like they want something for nothing.

No deed has been signed yet.
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Some call me too uptight, but i have the conversation about the spicifics very early on. They say i suck the fun out of things, but i'm sorry, life is real, not a 30 min sitcom.

If i buy you a home, do you expect me to pay all the bills every month, furnish the entire home?
So do i get a key and come and go as i please? Is this OUR home? Might as well
Buy this house for myself.
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Nothing has been bought yet. Still looking.

We had a conversation last night and the mother made a comment about furniture.
She has a decent job and so does her husband.
They make at least 5K a month together and that's in Texas.

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With something like buying a house I think I'd discuss things ahead of time with that person that way the KNOW "hey, this is how it goes, once I do this and that it's up to you to keep with everything else financially." That way they know where I stand. 

Also, IA with Samone, I'd see where they stand before I even buy whatever it is I'm getting them that way I know if they can even afford to keep up with it.
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Yes it'll be bought outright.
I told them to look into foreclosures and maybe we could talk about wal mart furniture
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i agree with the others. since nothing has been signed, you should discuss/make clear of all the details on what y'all will do and what they will be responsible for BEFOREHAND and stick to it.


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Thank you ladies!
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If you are kind enough to purchase a home for someone, you are under no obligation to furnish and keep it insured as well.. unless you are feeling super generous and want to..

Can't they afford insurance every 6 months and furnish it or they can but don't want to?

Bc if its the lather then you might need to reconsider this purchase... Tbh, I don't think you should if they can't afford it either..

Unless you want to pay for upkeep forever..





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