There comes a point when most people look at their home and think: should I continue repairing and renovating my home or should I just find something new? The South Bay Real Estate Agents at Rocky Rockwood have some ways to help you decide!
Have you been looking around your home wondering whether or not it’s worth the continuous repairs? Most people ask themselves this exact question every few years. Families change and grow, most modifying their homes so that it can grow and change along with them. However, there comes a point when it can be a better option to simply find a new home.
Here are the questions you need to ask before you decide about your current piece of real estate one way or the other:
1. How long did you want to live in your Rancho Palos Verdes home?
If your house was just meant to be a “starter home” and your family has grown quite a bit since you first moved in, it might be better to sell your “starter home” and find a house that can accommodate your current needs.
2. Can you afford to make improvements your piece of real estate?
Decide to make home imporvements to your home that are cost effective or modifications which will bring you more cash if you decide to sell. However, keep in mind the possibility of buying a new home that meets all your needs therefore, your home improvements do not have to be expensive, just quick inexpensive fixes to get your home sold!
3. Will current improvements make the home harder to sell later?
Many people don’t worry about the future of the Rancho Palos Verdes real estate market when they make improvements to their homes. The truth is, however, if your home is worth more than the others in your neighborhood you could have a harder time selling it later on, especially if the market becomes a buyer’s market!
The South Bay Real Estate agents at Rocky Rockwood understand that sometimes it is better to simply find a new residence than to continue making improvements to your current home. For a free consultation (complete with complimentary Starbucks coffee and market report) call 310-809-0203 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to set up your appointment today!