Stressed doesn't even come into it really......feeling so worried and anxious.
My start date for Job is 16th Oct, I知 waiting on my 457 visa coming through but already had my medical etc so that should only take a few weeks BUT my house has still not sold!!!!
It's been on the market since may and we have dropped the price 3 times now and anyone buying it would really be getting a bargain but haven't had any interest since early July
I'm sooooo worried that I知 going to lose my job in Adelaide if I can't get there by October.......I致e thought about just coming out on my own and leaving my husband and daughter Ruby here but I couldn't bare to be away from her.....then I thought about taking Ruby with me but then it's just financially and logistically almost impossible I知 a nurse so wouldn't be able to work late or night shifts due to childcare problems plus not sure I could afford to pay for 5 full days daycare a week! I honestly feel I wouldn't be able to cope, don't think I知 strong enough to start our new life alone with my hubby stuck on the other side of the world!!
So the only other option I can think of is to just bite the bullet so to speak book our flights and go together as a family leaving the house unsold, still on the market and empty!! Not what I wanted to do as can't really afford to and I知 going to have to rely on our parents to help with payments on UK house but what else can I do?? We can't rent it out as the rental payment wouldn't be enough to cover mortgage and our lender don't do buy/let mortgages. If we change mortgage provider we will be worse off as due to my husband being made redundant and having debt probs in past our credit rating is beyond horrendous so we would be subject to an even higher interest rate
This is our dream and i'm so scared we could lose it when we are so close, i just want to stop living in limbo and get on that plane so we can start our new life as a family together.
So what have other people done? Has anyone had to abandon ship quickly? How did you manage? Any advice would be great