If you want a change in your life, or you’re simply still on a search for your dream home, you might be at a crossroads in deciding whether you’d prefer to remodel your existing house, or move to a new one. Following are some of the major things to look at regardless of the decision you’re more fond of:
How Much Do You Really Like Your Area? Many people prefer remodeling, but they’re really not too keen on living in the area where their home resides. Others love living where they do. If you don’t want to give up your neighborhood, it might be best to consider remodeling rather than moving.
The financial requirements of remodeling are also less problematic, especially if you want to keep your old home while buying a new one.
Remodeling makes sense whether you want to sell your home or not. If you’re interested in selling and moving out – or just renting part of your home – a good remodeling job will get you a larger sum of money when the deal is done.
Finally, consider the hassle of moving and the long term concerns of getting a new home, especially if you have young children who have grown up and formed bonds in your old neighborhood.
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