When the shoe no longer fits?
Are you busting at the seams, crammed into a space that is fast becoming too small for your family?
Or are you at the end of the spectrum of family life? The kids are at college, the bedrooms are empty and you and your spouse are shouting at each other, just to make conversation down your overly large dinner table?
If the house doesn’t fit anymore then it may be time to “resize”.
I have helped a large number of people through the resizing process. It many ways it’s like preparing for “major surgery”. If you want to get back on your feet as quickly as possible then you are going to have to plan properly for it and let’s face it, listen to your doctor. Do it wrong and you may just end up homeless.
There are so many strategies out there than can help you make the moving process as seamless as possible. Temporary financial options including bridge loans, lines of credit, blanket loans and so much more might be a viable, easy option. There are also contractual contingencies that I’ve used on many occasions to insure my clients find the perfect home before closing on their own sale.
Any surgeon will tell you, that no two surgeries are the same; it is the same with the resizing process. Every person/family has a combination of very specific needs that are unique to them. No pun intended, but there is no one size fits all when it comes to the resizing process.
That’s why “listening” and going through an “exploration review” to discover what it is you need to do in preparation for this transition is imperative if you wish to minimize stress and start enjoying your new home right away.
My primary goal in life is not to be your Realtor. My goal is help you achieve your goals with the least amount of stress possible. Experienced agents know with more time, a dual transaction can be accomplished with ease.
Experience proves clients who plan this move within 3-6 months of their desired launch date, experience far less stress and have the best possible outcome and enjoy a more seamless transition.
Contact me to sit down and explore all your options. I look forward to helping you.