When and Where to Move - Go Big and Go Home
A house becomes a home when you’re welcomed at the front door with the feeling of comfort and stability. From an apartment to a town home to a vacation home, there are numerous housing types available to fit your needs. There are many reasons to move to a new residence, whether it’s to accommodate a growing family or to better fit your lifestyle. A new house is a milestone that, when approached with patience and reflection, can help create many years of memories.
Moving your home involves more than packing your belongings and walking through the threshold of a new door. It requires time to research, lots of paperwork and the lengthy process of closing a deal. Many first-time homebuyers may be at an advantage, as there are usually more opportunities for state programs, tax breaks and federally backed loans to help cover the average 20% down payment[DK1] . Since homebuying can be an overwhelming process for any buyer, it helps to have a real estate agent who understands your needs, budget, and the process. A professional agent helps with negotiations, loan applications and paperwork. Having a team of experts by your side may make the stressful process more enjoyable.
Making the decision to pack up and move can be very difficult as there are many factors that need to be considered. What is the best living situation for your family? Check out the accompanying infographic for more tips on deciding when and where to move.
Graphic created by New City Moving.
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