To move or not and where is your home suppose to be anywhere?
When you are not a gypsy, a fugitive, or hobo with the stick and bandanna of all you own in this World. Hopping slow moving freight train box cars. To points unknown. I have read six out of ten adults, 63% of us have moved to at least one new community in our lives and a little over a third have never left our hometowns.
One movers and shakers housing study reports most adults have not ventured outside their current state in our country. While about 15% have lived in four states or more.
So if you are one in the audience that needs to go, raise your hand.
The urge to get up and go move is motivated by lots of factors in a person's life. Sometimes eviction, lack of payment and a dire change in your day to day life situation the kick in the pants.
Or family size increases and the place the stork made fly over, parachute letting go aerial deliveries to is busting apart, stretching too tightly at the seams.
Or hi ho, here we go with a too good to pass up relocation due to a job employment promotion. A once in a lifetime chance for career advancement.
Or an easy, nasty divorce makes the place you shared for awhile. One that has to be sold.
Or the two of you flip a coin to like in the Clash song, should I stay or should you go?
But let's just assume for this real estate blog post exercise today whatever the reason, a sale of the current house is needed. Gonna happen.
You have the green light to giddy up. Neck rein hard and head out onto the prairie. The we don't now where you are going but it is gonna, has to happen. Better sooner than later.
But like last call and the music stops, "you can not stay here", where you are now comes over the PA system. Good night.
Better grab your coat, gloves, hat and head out into the wild blue yonder darkness prepared. You gotta have a new housing plan to throw into gear.
In the come on, move along, step ahead, no loitering allowed.
What is good to know in the gotta go? Before it becomes pushed leads to shoved with a painful urgency.
Where in a hurry it is always more expensive financially and way way more emotional stress.
Because things start spinning out of control. From sheer lack of planning time to prepare for the many unknowns.
That need an on the ball, experienced real estate professional to help charter the course. Looking at the stars and seeing the way to sell it, buy it. Charter the course. For the hands wiped, rubbed, brushed together. We're done here.
The well thought out steps to the landing at the right combination of four walls, floor and a roof or anything worthwhile in your life.
Requires a little talk, a degree of prayer, and making your own luck all mixed up into one cocktail.
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