Should You Sell Your House Before You Travel? Posted on April 10, 2019 chicago hotels dallas hotels hotels hotels in chicago hotels in florida hotels in las vegas house las vegas hotels private jet rental property Sell travel travel vlog vacation 21 thoughts on “Should You Sell Your House Before You Travel?” You three are truly amazing. It looks great. I love you MooMoo!! Reply Thank God you have such wonderful friends/family like Scott and Teri! What a treasure they are. I’m so happy to see you de-stressing. It’s obvious in your face and voice. Remember many of us out here really, really love 💕 you and are praying for you. 🙏❤️😃👍💋 Deb Reply This happens …. Thank the LORD for true friends like Terri and Scott …. If you can go through life with friends like them you are truly blessed !!! Reply It is looking so much better Reply WOW you guys…Scott & Terry wish I would have had friends like you when I was getting my house ready to sell. Great video Ausia and guess what….My house sold !!!!! I'm on the road now myself. My first stop was Colorado Springs to drop off "stuff" to my X and also to visit my brother. Next stop is Flagstaff for some solar!! Thanks again for a great video and hope to see you on the road…….Keep the Right Side Up !!!! Reply You’re hired! Reply Work is always easier in helpful groups … job well done. Then from Ted Andrews Pocket Guide … Centipede = psychic protection and expanded (only one sentence of three is = You are protected as you explore. Then for (tree is not listed) frog = fertility and again one sentence of three is = Initiate new starts. Have fun Reply Wow, what incredible friends! You're all an A-team, working together towards a common goal. Things are looking great!! Can't wait to see the end results. ♡ Reply Thank you Barbara, Terri and Scott for helping out this precious woman and her family. You all did a fabulous job cleaning up the yard, looks like it now belongs. That was a lot of work. Good Job. Oh, Moo-moo is so precious. Reply WOW WOW WEE… NICE JOB! ~Mikio ❤️ Reply A house is too much responsibility, even when you live in it full time. After I lost a job a few years ago I sold mine when I started to get behind in payments. I really wish I started watching your videos at that time, and bought an rv. I did pack my car with what I could as well as my dog and traveled from Florida to Oregon and back to Florida a different way. I now am starting to look for an rv. I know traveling is what I want to do. Y’all always look like you’re having fun. ❤️ Good luck on the sale. Reply You are so lucky to have friends like Terry and Scott you better think twice about selling the place that's a nice house and it's always there to fall back on to in case you ever need it it's hard to buy another home. 🌈💝🌈 Reply Teri & you should wear work gloves….you are going to get blisters!!!! Reply So talk to seven he has rentals in Florida maybe get a realtor to manage the property for you. Then no stress they will handle it all and you get some monthly cash Reply if you feature mmommo your viewmmoo will go upmmoo Reply What a difference! The extra hands of true friends makes such a difference. It can be so overwhelming when you first arrive. Stay safe and be happy! Reply Looks Way Better 👍👍👍 Do y'all have blisters on your palms? That Pizza and cookie pie look Yummy 😋 Reply You guys gave really made ALLOT of progress in two days!!! Reply I think if you can afford to keep the house when you 1st start travelling maybe you should, just in case it turns out it’s not for you or if Life happens and you need to return! Always good to have options! You have great friends just like they do 😘 I got some CBD for that stress 😉 Reply That is a shame about your house. Too bad I can't help you guys clean up. That is right up my alley. Reply Houses that have bushes close to windows are harder to sell. Like on the left side. It's looking good. Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.