Top 10 Buyer Secrets | No 3 Bigger Not Always Best

November 22, 2020 šŸ‘” A bigger home is not always best!

A bigger home will appeal to a limited audience on re-sale.

Appreciation may also be limited by the homes around you. For example, if you pay $500,000 for a home and your neighbors are valued at $300,000, your appreciation going forward may be negatively influenced.

Keep monthly expenses in mind, such as taxes, heating costs, and maintenance.

And like the best wisdom a good mother would impart, “don’t bite off more than you can chew”.

Buying a smaller home, one that fits to your real budget, or a home needing some work, may be more advantageous.

Call a great REALTORĀ® & get fair & honest guidance!

Rob Burton FRI REALTORĀ® (709) 682-2345

Fellow of the Real Estate Institute

Award Winning #TeamBurton Top 5 in Atl Can