The impending arrival of a new baby is an important catalyst for many couples to plan a move. You may need more space or prefer a larger yard or a street with less traffic. Having a baby represents a profound change in life. Your thoughts about housing suddenly begin to include considerations about schools, neighborhood playgrounds, and other families with young children.
If you plan to enlarge your family in the near future, it is a good idea to assess your real estate needs early in the planning stage. If you have a condominium or smaller house which you have to sell in order to buy a new home, talk to us about placing your current home on the market now. It could take a while for it to close, even if we find buyers relatively quickly. Most real estate agents have stories of closing attorneys bringing paperwork to the maternity ward. While this may provide witty repartee for the agent, it is not a lot of fun for the new parents trying to work out the last minute details of a major move when the baby is about to arrive.
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