Everyone has a different reason for selling their home. We’ve worked with thousands of successful sellers and top real estate agents to create tailored guides and resources for selling a house in any circumstance. Inside this article:
Moving closer to family and friend
Life can take you all over the world. Eventually, though, you might want to return to your hometown. About 67% of people say they would like to move back to their hometowns because they want to get close to family. Studies show as people age they are more likely to move to be near relatives.
Starting a family
A change in the size of a household often pushes people into larger or smaller homes than they currently have. Deciding to move in with a significant other or new spouse and having a baby (or another baby) often creates an urgent need to increase the size of a home.
While some are starting a family on the other hand, children moving out of the home, divorce, and deaths in the family often create a need and desire to downsize or have a change in scenery.
Planning for retirement
New financial situation can quickly change the landscape for how much home you can afford and what type of lifestyle you want to live. Maybe you are about to retire, and your current home is no longer affordable, or maybe someone has decided to forego income to stay home. Either way you may need to consider different approaches for retirement.
Going through a divorce
with more than 650,000 divorces annually, you're not alone if real estate questions are keeping you up at night. We answer your top 15 divorce and real estate questions here.
We know handling your parents' estate after is a difficult process emotionally and logistically. We have tried our best to provide you with guide to help make this process a little easier
Relocating for work
A great new job opportunity could be a chance for new adventure. Here's how to navigate housing challenges when relocating for work.
Flipping investment properties
8 Must know tips for selling a rental property while navigating taxes and tenants.