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Finding The Right House

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Have you really thought long and hard about what kind of house you need?

Homebuyers will often focus on one element of their “dream home” while completely avoiding other aspects of the home buying process. Because we never know what to expect in any given buying situation; it’s always a good idea to plan ahead and remain flexible, as much as possible, for externalities that can arise during negotiations.

 

For instance, right now you might have children in high school and need a house with lots of bedrooms. In a few years you might find yourself with an empty nest and suddenly realize that you’d rather spend your time traveling than gardening. If that’s the case, think about the home you buy in terms of resale and consider financing options that make sense for your scenario.

 

Or you might be just starting out and think that a one-bedroom condo is all you need. A more flexible plan might be to consider two-bedroom condos or small houses; you can rent a room to a roommate now and have room to grow if you start a family.

 

So as you sit down to discuss what kind of house you want and what features are important, think about your needs now and then think about what your needs might be in a few years. The answers might surprise you and they may come in handy in discussions with your real estate agent.

 

Questions? Contact Marble Falls Realty Group today!

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