Exchanging your current house for a new property, buying and selling your home at the same time.
It's no secret that to buy a home is much easier when you don't already own one. Some people collect homes and could argue can you ever really have too many? But for those without three or more second homes kicking around, most folks seem to handle best one home at a time.
Letting go of one home, needing to find another house.
Relocation, retirement, divorce and health concerns go along with financial success or an estate inheritance that causes the reach for a new set house keys please.
Your needs change in housing and adjustments are needed through your life to make sure the home fit is not too snug and not too tight but just right.
Should you do it? Or is your first home your last house to spend the entire life here on Earth inside the four walls? Are you a gypsy, do you get tired with a home and keep changing it up? Those are a dream customer for a real estate broker or agent. It is not that they are never happy for long. Just like a change and get bored with their home and it's time to list, sell, move on to something new for a real estate adventure.
Lots of folks buy the Maine land, just the first, no house attached.
Then wait until their listed old home sells before moving forward with their next housing floor plan.
Finally building slow with an easy does it attitude.
And getting just what they want with lots of hands on DIY getting their hands dirty.
Land in Maine bought before selling because the buyer don't does not want or need a house for a few years until after they sell their current home.
This segment is a big part of the real estate audience of property buyers we help in the match making to fulfill a life long real estate dream. As they downsize in the Golden Years of retirement or because they want a farmstead, homestead patch of dirt to develop and live off the land.
Pick your poison. Slice into the pie that leaves the best taste in your mouth. Toss the coin high in the air. Buy first, sell first, do it simultaneously. What's your pleasure when changing it up property wise? What works best for you today? Buying or trading in something old for something new to you to call home sweet home. Read more in the article on buying a new home before selling an old one.