Was in the process of buying a house, but just got the inspection report back and it's looking like it might turn out to be a money pit (or if we can get the sellers to fix the problems listed, it might be just fine). Since the sellers have done things to make me not trust them, I think it's time to walk away. Which sucks because it was a great looking house with a great yard in a good location. Lots of room for our family to expand and spread out and it just seemed like the perfect fit.
Now, I'm not sure whether we're going to go with our second choice or if it's time to go back to the drawing board, rent for 6 months or a year, and then try again (which will mean 4 moves in less than 2 years with our toddler daughter). On the one hand, I hate moving, but on the other hand I'm afraid I feel we settled if we take our second choice (also a very nice house with a much better interior - except no walk out basement that the first choice had - but on a smaller lot and a slightly less ideal location). Dammit, I thought we'd finally had all this settled.