WHY MOVE?

                     Why move NOW?! (a tongue-in-cheek reasoning guide)
                                                                                                                                                                                         
  • The triplets are about to come home from the hospital in a few months or the twins are off to college.
  • The dogs and the kids need a backyard. Or YOU need them to have a backyard.
  • You want to live closer to your aging parents or want your parents to move closer to you in order to take care of them.
  • You got divorced or married.
  • You love a water view (we're not talking about a pool here).
  • You have just been transferred or moved into or out of the area.
  • You want more garden space or want to eliminate the hours devoted to mowing the grass.
  • You just found out your boss moved into your neighborhood.
  • You need some room away from the teenagers or need a finished basement.
  • You need another bathroom in the morning.
  • You want a garage or driveway or need to get off the street during snowstorms or street cleaning.
  • You want to live on one floor or are tired of climbing the stairs or want your bedrooms on the second floor.
  • You have an adjustable mortgage and want a fixed lower rate.
  • You have reached the $500K limit on your capital gains (or $250K if you are single).
  • You need an addition but it is easier on everyone to move to a bigger home than live in a construction zone.
  • You want to take advantage of the in-state tuition rate at any state college or university and you could move to DC.
  • You have retired and the warm sun in Florida or the mountains of Colorado are beckoning you.
  • You love your neighborhood & neighbors but want a different house.

    Please share your own reason(s) and I'll post it (them).



Great Quotes:

"If there is no wind, row." - Latin proverb

"Have regular hours for work and play; make each day both useful and pleasant, and prove that you understand the worth of time by employing it well. Then youth will be delightful, old age will bring few regrets and life will become a beautiful success."
- Louisa May Alcott (1832-1888), novelist


Little Bit of Humor

The law says you must give full disclosure of any problems with a house when you sell it.

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Brady Bunch Home - No. Hollywood, CA

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President and Michelle Obama's home in Chicago.  On South Greenwood in the Kenwood Neighborhood.