Buying a home can be one of the largest financial and personal decision a person can make, there will likely come a time when your current home no longer fits your needs. Don’t be discouraged! There are many options for you. Here are a few signs you may have out grown your home:
You Don’t Need All That Room Anymore: Maybe your children have gone away to college leaving you with a large home and too much space. Redecorating the rooms is always an option, but what if it’s just too much space and you want to consider saving for retirement? Downsizing could be a great option for you.
You Need More Space: Many people get into a home they can afford and within a few years realize it might not have enough room. A home that was purchased for newly weds can quickly become cramped if you add two kids and dog. If every room (and closet) in the house is filled to the brim, you are probably in need of an upgrade.
Your Financial Status Has Changed: If you have been waiting to purchase a new home for some time due to financial reasons, once you get things back on track you can start looking again. You may have felt like you would be forever stuck in a state of waiting, but now that the time has arrived you can start looking for a place that fits your needs both financially and physically.
If your present home is too large or too small, or if you just feel you need to make a change, now is a great time to re- evaluate your situation.
Together, we can determine the current value of your home by performing a comparative market analysis. At the end of this process, you will know the “fair market value” of our home before establishing an asking price.