Renovating Vs Buying a New Home Pros and Cons
If you like your home and its location, this can become a troubling and confusing decision. To clear away the “fog,” we’ve prepared some questions you should ask yourself. Your answers will make your decision easier and clearer.
Important Questions for You
However, if you love your kid-friendly neighborhood and it has an excellent elementary school right in the neighborhood, you may want to add a bedroom or two to be ready for your growing family.
The Pros and Cons
Buying a new house: Pros
Selling your home: Cons
Remodeling your home: Pros
Remodeling your home: Cons
As usual, there is no strict right or wrong decision. If your home just needs a little upgrading, remodeling may be the best option. If you want to upgrade your entire home and neighborhood, buying a new home may be the right choice.
The bottom line: The choice is up to you.
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