Love It Or Leave It

Love It Or Leave It?


Valentine's Day presents an opportunity to cherish the people you hold near and dear, but what about the thing that truly keeps you warm at night… your own home?

What do you appreciate most about your house? If you can't come up with a list of "Top 10 Reasons Why I Love My House", then maybe it's time to make a list of what you DO want in a home, then make some time for us to review it together and see if there's a better fit for you in today's market.

While quality of the neighborhood and convenience to employment are important factors in today's purchasing decision, your new home itself must also fit your specific needs. For example, families with children need room to grow, and quality of the school district and proximity to schools, parks and recreational facilities will also rank high on their lists. At the other end of the spectrum, families whose children have grown up and moved on may be happier with a smaller home requiring less upkeep, or may be looking for a different layout – less stairs in the house or even a condo, for example – or closer proximity to health facilities. Affordability, of course, is important for every age group and housing type.

If you're ready to split from your current home and find one that better suits your needs, please call today to find out how to get back on the market!


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