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But I would advise living there with your old stuff for a while, and don't go into to debt to buy furniture.

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54 minutes ago, cv91915 said:

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But I would advise living there with your old stuff for a while, and don't go into to debt to buy furniture.

This, x2.  At least give yourself 60-90 days just to make sure you don't find any gremlins once you move in and are able to really inspect the place.  Even inspectors miss things.  Plus you may want to live in it for a bit to see how things work and flow.  You may re-think your choice of furnishings after doing so.

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26 minutes ago, CTSoxFan said:

Plus you may want to live in it for a bit to see how things work and flow. 

This is the biggest factor from my perspective.

 

It's also an emotional time for a lot of people (excitement, stress, etc).  Strong emotions and decisions don't often mix well.

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