The temperatures have changed and we are officially in winter with actual snow on the ground. Maybe you want to add life to your house for your own sake. OR you want to list your house now while the market is warming up, but need help to bring the buyers; your house needs to pop, to not blend in with the bare trees, white or dirty snow, lack of flowers and life outside.
Not all home buyers are shopping in the summer, there are many who need to buy or sell in the winter months as well. Think of marriage, divorce, empty nesters, apartment leases that are up, change of jobs or school, etc. We always focus on the outside more in the warmer months because we can be enjoying the weather at the same time. But winter
Making the decision to move can be an exciting time. Moving across the country, across town, for the first time or the tenth time. But it can also be surrounded by uncertainty; did I budget right for the new place? Will I like my neighbors? Will my kids be able to adjust to the new school?
According to the US Census , 11.2 percent of Americans moved in 2016 (the most updated report), relating to housing, family and employment reasons. There's one question that most people who are thinking of moving asks; How much does it actually cost to move?
There are all kinds of moving expenses to keep in mind, including changes in cost of living, balancing two mortgages (rent or mortgage) during the transition for one place to