Poet Robert Frost, “Home is the place that, when you have to go there, they have to take you in.”
In the past few months, we have shared mortgage loan types, history, programs, and how to navigate the paperwork. A house is a physical structure but purchasing a home can provide protection and peace of mind. What is the best way to determine where to live? Begin to think about the canvas of your life and how you want it to look.
Consider these questions:
- Do you have a pet? Even if you say no, do you want one? Being a dog lover myself, you need a fenced yard and a good area for walking them.
- Do you have children? Even if you say no, do you want children? Think ahead 5 to 7 years how are the schools and the local parks?
- Do you enjoy eating out? What restaurants are close and how is the nightlife?
- Do you commute to work? When choosing a home, investment is important but equally important is your quality of life. What is the traffic pattern and distance from the front door to the office? Will your profession in the future need access to an airport?
- Do you work remotely? What are the available internet options and speeds? Will you need groceries delivered based on your work schedule?
Real Estate is thriving, and the North Texas market is the #1 fastest-growing region in the United States. Our area increases by 1 person every 4 minutes so real estate investment and homeownership is sound judgment and will increase in value as our population grows. It is critical to use an experienced licensed professional to guide you in finding the best place to call home as you complete the canvas drawing of your lifestyle. We can help email@example.com