What Will Help you find the Right Home for You?

When buying your first home or your next home, you are going to have preferences and needs. Make sure you consider what is the most important for your family before buying your next home.

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What Will Help you find the Right Home for You?

Posted by Gary Ashton: RE/MAX ADMIN on Thursday, September 4th, 2014 at 2:02pm.

Home for Sale in Murfreesboro TNWhen buying your first home or your next home, you are going to have preferences and needs. No matter your budget, you should make sure you’ve considered your requirements in regards to location, type of home, size, and specific amenities. Make sure you consider what is the most important for your family before buying your next home.

Size of Home

Are you more interested in a single story or a multiple story home? Maybe you are looking for a lot of space, or maybe you hate to have stairs. You can always get a single story home with high ceilings, but a two or more story may have more storage. Single story will be easier on maintaining temperature and for wheelchair access.

Determine if you are looking for a condo, townhouse, or single family home. You’ll save money on a condo or townhouse and avoid yard work, but with a single family home, you’ll get more privacy and it’s quieter.

Interior and Amenities

How many bedrooms do you need? Are you going to need more in the future for kids or for your own fitness room or home office? Consider the right amount of bedrooms and bathrooms for your needs. Keep in mind square footage too.

A larger space will have more room, but sometimes a smaller space can appear large with the right layout. Extra rooms are great for media rooms, gyms, and a kid’s playroom but it’ll be more expensive.

Are you looking for the house to have any additional amenities, such as:

  • Fireplace
  • Garage
  • Near a certain school district
  • A pool

These are items to consider since all family’s needs vary.

Location

Finally, make sure you know if you would be best suited in an urban area where you are able to walk to entertainment, you’re close to work, and you get a unique style, or the country where you can get something newer, quieter, and newer. The city life will be more expensive, have higher crime rates, and cost more, while the country may have a longer commute for work and entertainment.

 

Gary Ashton

The Ashton Real Estate Group of RE/MAX Advantage

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