Have you outgrown your home and thinking about adding a bedroom or a family room? Is the kitchen too small or just worn out? Are the bathrooms in need of a facelift? Everyone has had to face the challenge of deciding to live with their home as it is, remodel it, or pack up and move, and it is a difficult decision.
The number of variables you must consider to make a good decision are almost limitless. The situation isn't impossible though; with a bit of research and analysis you can wade through your options and make the right "Remodel Or Move" decision.
The many reasons to move and many reasons to remodel can be divided into two big categories – the financial and the emotional. Along with considering your reasons to do anything you should also clearly understand your goal. Is your goal to live in your dream home regardless of cost? Maybe your goal is to just be comfortable in your home at a reasonable cost? Or are you planning to remodel your home for a profit?
Examples of financial reasons to move and to remodel:
• Property taxes: Property taxes can vary considerably from home to home if you move. And unlike other costs, property taxes need to paid over and over again.
• The cost of selling your house: Costs to prepare your home to sell can be as much as 5 or 10% of your home's value.
• Cost to move into your new home: The cost of moving itself plus any modifications you need to make to your new home.
• Cost to remodel can vary a lot: Make sure you are using a good estimate when making your decision. Plus your home may increase in value when you remodel, so make sure you deduct that from the cost to remodel plus add any increase in property tax that may occur.
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