CALLING IT QUITS.

Thursday, September 26, 2019Norm Rousseauposted in General

Breaking up is hard to do, and easy to put off. But is it time you ended your relationship with your current home? Here are just a few signs you're ready to move on to something better {whether bigger or smaller).

YOU’VE LOST THAT LOVING FEELING.

Do you find yourself frequently grumbling about your current home's shortcomings, and wishing you could change fundamental aspects of it, like its layout, its size, or its distance from your workplace? Have those warm feelings of emotional attachment you once felt for your has home begun to fade, or even disappeared altogether?

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YOU’VE STARTED THINKING ABOUT THE WORK THAT NEED DOING.

Have you been keeping a to-do list, if only mentally, of everything around your home that needs repairing or improving? That you're viewing your home more critically - with a buyer's eye, perhaps - may be symptomatic of the emotional detachment mentioned above. lf you're willing to actually make those changes, then you're really ready to sell.

YOU’RE SUDDENLY INTERESTED IN WHAT ELSE IS OUT THERE.

Have you been making extra efforts to safe money? Request your credit report so you ca review it for errors and omissions? Been gathering interest -rate quotes inline? Went out and got pre-approved for mortgage financing? When you’re financially prepared to buy your next home, you’re ready to sell your current one.

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