Common Reasons People Sell Their Homes

Growing Family!

Growing Family!

Congratulations! A growing family is a wonderful change to look forward too. And upgrading your living space is a common reaction to a family about to outgrow their current space.

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A Little Cramped

A Little Cramped

Finding your current living space a little cramped is a common reason to go looking for a new home. If you really love your home, you might first explore several other options.

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Selling Your Home for Retirement

Selling Your Home for Retirement

Ah, after working the past 40+ years of your adult life you can finally see it – retirement! Yes, perhaps it’s coming soon, or you have already retired and now a new stage in your life begins.

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Married with Houses

Married with Houses

As more career-minded adults find love later in life, it isn’t uncommon for these two merging lives to have to figure out what to do with the homes their bringing into the marriage. The most common solution is to sell one (or both) and find their perfect together home.

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Changes in Health

Changes in Health

If you (or a loved one) find yourself facing long term or permanent health issues you may discover that your home is no longer ideal. It may be something as common as not wanting to navigate up and down multiple levels of stairs or bathrooms that are simply too cramped.

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Listing Your Home Due to Divorce

Listing Your Home Due to Divorce

If you’ve landed up on this page you are either considering a divorce or are in the process of one and you want to know what to do with the house. The benefit of listing your home due to divorce is that both spouses usually get some money to help start over and give you both a clean break.

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Passing of a Loved One

Passing of a Loved One

The passing of a family member is never easy. In the midst of emotional angst from your loss you’re also tasked with addressing several tough decisions and seeing them through completion. You may feel overwhelmed, confused, and at times, you may want to throw up your hands.

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