Whether you’re moving home with a Mini Labradoodle or large Bull Mastiff, there are a few things you’ll need to do to prepare when moving with dogs.
The uncertainty and high costs that come with renting a home necessitate home buying for many single mothers. Having to worry about the fast-approaching end-of-lease date or whether or not your kid(s) will have a roof over their head tomorrow isn’t fun either. When you buy a home as a single mother, the sense of self-accomplishment that comes with it will not only make you a better mom but will also boost your productivity at work and life in general.
Big home remodeling projects should be done when you have more time to make a profit (or at least break even).
But, that doesn’t mean it’s not a good idea to make some home improvements before selling.
You’ve found your dream home…now what?
Obviously, unless you’re flush with cash, you’re going to need to get a mortgage.
A successful home sale and purchase never happens in a vacuum.
Under ordinary circumstances, it takes a lot of people working together to have a successful real estate transaction. However, when you factor in the need to both sell and then buy another home within a short time frame the stakes are increased, as are the moving parts.