How To Decide If You Should Renovate Or Move

Dated: December 11 2019

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As a homeowner, there may come a time when you ask yourself: "Should I buy a new home, or stay put and renovate my old one?" 

Consider these factors when weighing your decision:

  • Mortgage rates. Would your mortgage rate increase if you were to buy a new home?

  • Renovation scope. How much would you need to do to your home to achieve the look you're hoping for? How much would it cost?

  • Local market. What do housing prices look like?

  • Long-term goals. Are you in a location you're happy with for the long-term?

Not sure if now is the right time to buy in your area? Contact me for help directly at 573-631-7189 



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