Iâve read how many of you on this board have started over. I must commend you. Here we are looking at that situation and even though common sense says sell off this place and use the funds to get free of all medical, credit card and other debt Iâm stuck with indecision. Iâve talked to realtors that tell me that I need to spend several thousand dollars here and there âsprucingâ up our place to help them sell it faster. That'd be ok if I had the several thousand to do it. On one side of the fence my Mortgage itself is under $200 bucks per month. On the other the credit cards are Eating us alive. I wonder how will we fare when we are in the search part of relocating or if we get stuck renting till we find that new place. Iâve read and know firsthand that it can run into some bucks out on the highway. Then there is the health issue. Neither my wife nor myself are in the greatest of condition. As many here have pointed out my CHF is not a âdeath sentenceâ but danged if it donât feel like it. Fresh good tasting well water is something Iâve had available to me for more than 40 years. Thatâs one thing Iâd like to be a constant. The way we have it figured if we get near what were asking for the place we would have right at $18,000 give or take a little to start over with. But we would be starting from a debt free point. Iâm also allowing $3,000 to move on. (And assuming everything can be pared down to fit in a 40 foot enclosed car hauler) Emotionally none of us are happy here. The constant reminders of dad are just down the road. The fact that my âuncleâ has become very distant from us, and my daughter is still not over loosing her grandfather. These factors seem to point toward the sell/move. Now we get to the nitty gritty. Many of you have told me about places and quoted prices from $75,000 to over $250,000 for 2-15 acre places. Itâs hard to imagine going into that debt pit again. Here we have a 3-Bed 2-bath Singlewide Horton Mobile Home, a 1-bed 1-bath 16x36 efficiency home (Now used as a Library), 8x40 metal storage building on 2.38 acres. Our home sets back off the road and is not visible until you come 300 feet up the driveway. In the online searches looking for homes with storage buildings I got a âsticker shockâ. And so far over 90% of the properties have neighbors less than 500 feet from the house. I know the gun issue is something some consider unimportant. But until I do die Iâd like to continue to enjoy the sport of shooting cans, targets and once in a while food. Iâd prefer to not have to have a lawyer on retainer to defend me if I defend my family or decide to target practice. So what to do? Someone on here said that the âFear of Lossâ is stronger that the âChance of Gainâ What do yaâll think? If placed in our situation what would you do? Kenneth in NC :bash: P.S. Neither my wife nor I have the necessary skills (or health) to buy a fixer-upper and do the work our selves. And we have absolutely no family to offer help or even a kind word.