• May 23, 2018

You Have Finished all your Home Improvement

JOSEPH-LEWKOWICZ,3

You Have Finished all your Home Improvement

Homes that are newly purchased and those that have been worked on for the past ten years are vastly different. One offers unlimited potential, while one has most likely reached its limit. If you find yourself longing for another home improvement project, selling your house and investing in a new one is a great way to bring those dreams into reality.

Determine your Financial Situation

It may be very enticing to jump ship and purchase the house of your dreams right away but consider if you can afford the upgrade. Buying a new house is likely to come with new or slightly larger payments as well. Determine what financial costs come with purchasing a new home before you commit, be sure to speak to a Lender to make sure you can afford increased payments. Be sure to check the local market and make sure it is the best time to sell. If you are having trouble, remember that speaking to a real estate agent is always an excellent way to start.

Buying a New Home

Being able to build a new home comes with the option of tailoring it to how you want it to be. New buyers often have the options to place certain rooms where they want them to be placed according to their tastes. While it is possible to customize older homes with new home improvements, having a fresh start can be the more optimal option especially when you are trying to create your dream home from scratch. Newly built homes are often more energy efficient and require fewer repairs overall saving you money in the long run. Have a good idea of what it is you are looking for in a home. What are you looking for in a neighborhood? What sort of commodities are most important to you? Having a clear vision can help shape up exactly where to begin looking. If you know exactly what you are looking for it may be easier to recognize when you finally see your dream home!

Decisions, Decisions

If you are conflicted on whether to move to a new home, consider if where you live now is somewhere you truly wish to be. It may sound like common sense but having strong emotional ties to the surrounding areas can say a lot about whether leaving is the right decision. Sure, it’s vital to make a financially intelligent decision, but it ultimately comes down to what you want for yourself. If you still having trouble deciding, make a pros and cons list. Think about which option gives you more of a return upfront. Figure out which option gives you more room. Ask yourself why you want to move. If you want to move to show off to your neighbors than perhaps you might want to reevaluate your reasoning. Once you consider which elements of a new home are most important to you it will eventually become easier to make a final decision.

Stress is one of the largest concerns when selling a home. Staging, managing finances and documents, and simultaneously juggling the rest of your life can be completely draining. However, one thing is certain about selling your home: it’s a lot easier when you have a solid real estate agent to handle it. Remember, No-One Works Harder to Sell your Home more than Joe! Contact Joe today by calling 813-701-2030 or visit https://josephlewkowicz.com/