If you are, ask yourself this question:
Is my current home meeting my needs?
As we change, our home needs change, too.
Here are a few things to consider:
If you’re thinking of starting a family, it may be time to look into upgrading. After all, a growing family means more bedrooms. Also, think about the schools in your current area. How close is the nearest school to you? Moving into another neighborhood with a school nearby can make pick up and drop off a lot easier.
Look at your financial situation. Let’s say you’ve just gotten a raise at work which has allowed you to upgrade. This change in your financial situation could make your first home a great rental property for a couple or family that is just starting out. As you upgrade into a bigger home, having renters in your old home can help you bring in extra money. And if you hang onto the house after you retire, you could sell your rental property for cash. Who couldn’t use more money at retirement?
Have you ever wanted to be in two places at once? Well, a vacation home may be your answer! Vacation property gives you the opportunity to have two separate residences in completely unique locations. Whenever you want to get out of town, your second home will be waiting for you. Also, if you purchase your vacation home in a popular location, you can rent it out and make extra money. As you can see, owning a home in two locations is a great way to diversify your assets!
Have you lost a loved one? Have you filed for divorce or inherited a property? Do you need to downsize or sell your home quickly? If any of these situations apply to you, our team of compassionate and highly skilled agents are here to help you get the most out of your home selling experience. We work with homeowners who are in special situations including divorce, estate transactions, military relocation, or homeowners who need to sell their home quickly.