Monday, 6 August 2012

disappointed and upset

Firstly thank you for the kind comments about the dog. She is better, however the medication dose has been increased. We are now having to budget £100 per month with the increased meds costs, but she is worth it and it is great to see her feeling better. Some may remember that I have talked about us moving to another house, well we found a buyer for our house, found a house that we liked and the process started with searches, surveys etc. There was no virtually no chain and everything seemed to be going along well.

Well, our dream of moving has been completely shattered. It is a saga, we had a mortgage in place, however the mortgage provider has since pulled the plug on the new mortgage. We were told at the beginning that the mortgage was in place, however it has been stopped. We are gutted, we would never had started this process if for a moment we thought we wouldnt get a mortgage. We have already spent out around £1500, its unlikely that we will get this back, although given it is the mortgage provider's fault and they have admitted their mistake, we are going to try to get the money back. We also feel for the buyer for our house who has spent out time and money. Our house has had to come off the market.

I wont go into it all, but suffice to say my debt has yet again come round to haunt me and continues to cause problems. After much discussion and a few tears, we have decided that we will be staying here for another 3 years and then reviewing what we do then. I'm so upset, I really thought things had turned a corner for us and then the rug is pulled from under us, through no fault of our own. Hey ho, another hard lesson.
Till next time, bright blessings

12 comments:

  1. Oh, you poor girl! I feel for you in this. How can these people just play around with people's lives and cause them even more problems. I hope you do manage to get your money back, particularly as they are admitting to a mistake. I thought the banks were supposed to be now lending to people again, in the drive to get the economy going.

    Keep your chin up, and thinking of you. x

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  2. Sorry things haven't worked out the way you'd planned.

    Hope that now you've made a decision to stay put, you will be able to focus on other things & who knows - maybe something better will come along in the future!

    Kay :)

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  3. How disappointing for you. I hope this cloud has a silver lining x

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  4. That sounds rather bad! Very sorry to hear such awful news.
    Let`s hope there is a good reason for all this, as it looks as if this was just not to be. I`m sure there is better things to come!!

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  5. you must be well and truly gutted ! not what you want to hear at this time, but is just wasn't for you - there's something better waiting .............

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  6. So dreadfully sorry that things haven't worked out as you wanted them to Becky. I can imagine just how disappointed you must be feeling, and I'm sorry about the debt problem too. So many people in that situation these days, and it's just awful, as it is such a worry. I am a strong believer in fate though, and perhaps this just wasn't meant to be, and something else will come along. I do hope so anyway. Try to keep positive.

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  7. i am so sorry things have not worked out for you~life seems to work like that sometimes, you are going along and it all works out then it all falls apart-on top of your poor dog too...i really am sorry *hugs*

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  8. I'm so sorry to hear that you've had to give up on your move for the moment. You must be absolutely gutted. Sending loads of best wishes, Jx

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  9. Oh Becky, I'm really sorry to hear your news. Sending massive hugs, try to keep your chin up.

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  10. I'm so sorry to hear things went wrong. Mortgage providers just can't get it together at the moment.

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  11. So sorry to hear of your knock back, that is rough. Hope it all works out for the best in the end. You never know. Perhaps it saved you from something much worse. X

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