My Changing Places
After moving to Victoria, British Columbia I had just started my new life in an entirely new town, and I decided it would be a great idea to take my mom along for my changing places victoria. The old one was going OK, but it was always in the way. My mom is quite handy with home repair, so she knew that this would be no problem. We loaded up our things into a large hand-luggage-sorry and headed to Victoria’s tiny Kitsil beach, where my mom was supposed to change rooms. The rest is history, and I still get a kick out of watching my mom change every few months.
After our first move, I made a decision that would prove very beneficial. I bought a house in Oakville, one that is three blocks from my parents’ place in Victoria. Being close to my friends and family, it helped me feel more at home, and not dread moving so far away. Now, when I am looking to buy a home in a new area, I am almost always seeking out houses within a reasonable distance from my new home. It makes the whole process much easier on me. Instead of cranking through multiple applications, I can focus all my energy on finding a place that is close enough to be practical.
If you are thinking about moving somewhere in BC, and you’re wondering what your options are for changing places, you might want to check out Victoria. There are many homes and condos available, and they are all within walking distance of my new place. It wasn’t long ago that I would have had to actually rent an apartment or house to be able to afford the transfer, but it wasn’t necessary any longer. My parents would be thrilled – and so would I!