If you are moving in the year 2020 or 2021, you will want to think about a number of things with your family before embarking on a move to a new home. The Coronavirus global pandemic has caused us to think about so many things for our family. We are thinking about health, family safety, how and where we work and how we’re going to make the most of our homes and property.
People are still moving during these times despite what you might think. Are you one of them? People have decided to move because of mortgage rates, job and career, re-locating closer to family, and many other reasons. We have helped many with moves that are related to COVID-19, and we have done our part to help families in need during this time. Yes, we are still moving families.
What should you consider if you are moving this coming year?
Staying close to a new home
Some of you have decided that you are going to make the best of staying at home during these times. But that is not necessarily your current home. Maybe you’ve decided that it’s time to get the home of your dreams. Because if you’re going to stay home and make the most of your property, you might as well do it in that dream home. If you are going to move to that home that is your dream property, make a checklist of things that you want. Is it a garage, swimming pool, maybe you want to barn, or enough room for a garden? Write down your priorities before you look for that new home.
The year 2020 has changed how many will conduct work in business. It may be temporary, or it could be a more permanent change in the way the workplace of the future looks. If you are going to be moving, you should consider looking for a home that has enough dedicated space to turn into an office. So many during COVID-19 we’re forced to turn their dining rooms, bedrooms and other parts of the house into a working office. These locations are not ideal scenarios and they certainly do not foster high productivity.
How much work is involved?
If you have tried to get any home improvement projects done this past year, you k