Finding a new home for your next stage of life
For most of us, our housing needs are cyclical.1 A newly independent adult can find freedom and flexibility in even a NYC apartment. That same space, to a growing family, would feel s fling. For empty nesters, a large home with several unused bedrooms can become impracratcal. It’s no surprise that life transitions trigger a home purchase.
While your home-buying journey may not look like your neighbor’s or friend’s, broad trends can help you understand what to keep in mind as you house hunt. A er all, taking the me now to think about exactly what you need can save a lot of heartache later.
The financial and legal commitment of marriage has provided a springboard to homeownership for centuries, though these days more couples are buying homes without exchanging rings. But no ma er your status, there are some key factors you should consider as you enter into your first home purchase together.
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