Now that we’re in fully-fledged househunting mode, our Saturdays move to the same beat.

We spend time waiting in the car…

We pay particular attention to cat-friendly properties…this was a two-kitteh home that we fell in love with… only to find that it’s way over our price range :(

We mock the ridiculousness of some places… srsly, who puts a fake crocodile in the bathtub for a property inspection?

And there is always time for the lunchtime special at Doughboy Pizza… this is fast becoming our favourite pizza locale, especially the Hawaiian… NOM.

As much as I bitch and moan about hating house hunting, I confess to enjoying the routine we’ve developed… and the fact that we spend hours together without our noses glued to technology (except for the iPad that leads us through our inspection list, that domain.com.au app is brilliant).

Do you enjoy househunting?

[Photos in this post have been taken with the Sony Ericsson Xperia Neo that I’ve been lucky enough to trial for a couple of weeks. I haven’t been paid, but they did let me drink champers in a stretch limo. The photos haven’t been photoshopped, save for resizing and adding the watermark.]

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4 thoughts on “Househunting days

  1. Those photos are great.

    I’m not into house hunting. I leave that fun to Rish.

    Posted on 5 September 2011 at 8:52 pm
  2. I REALLY love house hunting. We used to go on holidays. Real estate brat. What can I say! :D

    Posted on 5 September 2011 at 8:56 pm
  3. I liked house hunting! It did get a bit tiring at times, but it was fun
    Carting around a boyfriend who didn’t like house hunting was less fun though haha

    Posted on 9 September 2011 at 12:27 pm
  4. I love looking at other people’s houses just for fun. Sometimes I find myself trolling real estate websites as a hobby. But then I love the property shows (UK in particular) as well, much to John’s dismay because he finds them boring. LOL

    Real estate trolling as a hobby is completely different to the variety that you do when you are actively recruiting a new home. Before we settled on the block here, we looked at heaps of others only for them to be not quite right. It was a bit of a fluke that we even found the block we finally built on because it was a random drive by sighting while on the way to the nearest beach.

    Hope you find your 2 cat friendly home soon! :D

    Posted on 10 September 2011 at 6:02 pm