Monday, July 12, 2021 / by Jeannette Johnson
Leaving the house where their children grew up can be difficult for many parents, but for others, downsizing is a welcome step toward a new life chapter. In addition to having a smaller home to care for, it even comes with financial benefits for most people. If you’re considering downsizing, here is what you should know about the benefits of moving and how to have a smooth transition from start to finish, presented by the Sadle Home Selling Team.
The Many Benefits of Downsizing
Cutting back on space is meaningful to different people for different reasons. Maybe you’re tired of spending all weekend cleaning the house, or maybe you’re ready to toss out the large lawn and toss in a small garden. Downsizing will mean simplifying your life in important ways, especially when it comes to your finances. What’s more, there are many ways relocating to a smaller abode can save you money immediately and over time. Take the following perks into consideration.
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Tuesday, March 16, 2021 / by Jeannette Johnson
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When your home-based business has outgrown your home, does that mean it’s time to buy or lease an office space? Not necessarily. If you enjoy working from home, you can continue reaping the benefits by finding a different home that better accommodates your work and life.
The Sadle Home Selling Team thrives on helping our clients get the most out of their real estate experiences. That’s why we’ve provided some information and advice on how you can successfully navigate the process of moving to a new home while still operating your business.
Evaluate Your Needs
When considering what kind of home you need, you must factor in anything that will allow you to work productively and your family to live comfortably. Do you need more square footage, a different layout, or both? Do you need to be located near the city so that clients have easy access to your business, or would your family prefer to live in the suburbs or coun ...
Tuesday, April 28, 2020 / by Rick Sadle
Welcome to what is the first pandemic for most of us! My parents predate polio so this pandemic is new even for them. You might be scared. You might be wondering if this is the new normal. The truth is—no one knows how long this pandemic will last. No one knows how long you will have to shelter in place. It’s a scary time for us all, worried about our health and the health of our vulnerable loved ones.
But, once this immediate health crisis passes (and it will—rest assured, life will return to normal)—what will happen to the economy? Many folks have been laid off, most temporarily, some permanently. Others have had their jobs phased out or changed. The stock market is as volatile as ever. Real Estate at this time may seem terribly uncertain, but, it’s a giant part of the economy—an estimated 22% of all jobs in the United States are real estate related. Rest assured, your local agent is as busy as ever, the housing market remains strong. Now is a . ...