7 Questions to Ask Before You Move to a New Home

Moving into a new home can be stressful, but it can also be rewarding, as it’s a great change and a way to start fresh! With that being said, that’s why you shouldn’t take it so lightly, even if you are ready to make the big move and start your journeys at a new place, you should consider a couple of things at least once before you jump to a conclusion! So here are 7 questions to ask yourself before you move to a new home!

1.   What will you do with your current home?

Before you make any rash decisions and dive into something like moving to a new home, you should have a solid plan on what to do with your current one! If you decide to move out of the blue, or get a job in a different city, you want to find the most suitable solution when it comes to your current residence, especially if you are the owner, and j[not just a renter. Will you sell the house, or will you keep it? It all depends on your financial situation and how much time you have to decide - sometimes you just need to pack your stuff and leave, and sometimes you will have a bit more time to figure out what to do in the meantime!

2.   Can you handle the move?

If you are dead set on moving to and have found a great new home you are interested in renting or even buying, you first need to ask yourself if you can even afford to move in the first place! If you are not lucky enough to own and drive a big truck, chances are you’ll need to hire a removalists service to help you move! This costs money, obviously, but it’s not the only cost you need to think about, especially if you have small kids and pets, you’ll need as much help with the move as you can get! It’s all about calculating and planning, from the budget to the plan of the actual move, it can all be a bit overwhelming, but you should already map out these things in your mind!

3.   What makes the current place bad?

You want to start fresh, get a new place, and start over, but at what cost? On the other hand, things might be keeping you from moving to a new place, and again, you need to ask yourself, why do you want to leave and why should you want to stay as one of the first determining factors! It’s the century-old question, should you stay or should you go? - but it’s a necessary one before you jump into something as big and drastic as moving! So try to make a cons list about your current living situation and see what are the things you simply can’t change, that would be better if left behind and focus on finding something that meets your standards which the home prior did no!

4.   What makes the potential new home good?

Don’t let the pretty pictures fool you into moving into a new home, if you are not certainly ready for it, it’s so much more complicated and it’s a big deal that should be taken seriously! You should have a serious talk with yourself and make a list of things you are looking for in a home and try to find something suitable for you. Even if you already did find something, make sure that it’s up to par with your needs and wants, as moving is not a small thing, regardless if you are moving into a rental or buying a property, it’s still a form of commitment you can’t get out of easily!

5.   Are you ready for this?

You need to ask yourself, are you doing the right thing at the moment? The one thing many people experience while moving homes is the inevitable stress that comes with it, so you need to consider that factor as well! It all might seem fine and dandy on paper, but the reality is much different - moving is one of the most stressful things you can do, even as an adult, not to mention what it does to kids who experience it! So, consider your state of mind before rushing to finalize your plans of moving, it’s better to be safe than sorry! If you are not alone in the move, you need to ask your family, partner, or kids if they want to move and what are their concerns and worries, as it can bring a lot of closure and you’ll come up with the best solution!

6.   Do you have enough time?

Moving can take forever if you are not experienced, especially if you have multiple family members and own a lot of things, not to mention cars and other bulky stuff! The other big factor is the location you are moving to, is it in the same town as you are currently residing, or is the move happening across the continent? Regardless, you still need some time to plan everything ahead, or at least try to - if you are in a rush, it can be extremely hectic to move! You want to start planning straight away, how long it will approximately take you to pack all your things and deal with the legal side of things, and on the other hand how much time you’ll need to renovate the new home if needed! So many questions and concerns, so little time, right?

7.   How will the move affect you?

Not only do you need to ask yourself how the move will affect you, but also others around you. Even if the move is across town, or even to a different country, it’s still a lot to process and takes it, change of scenery, possible change of job, or school for your kids if you have any...all those things are big factors to consider before you actually hit the road and move to a new home like it’s nothing!
At the end of the day, as long as the move will bring you more good than bad, you are good to go! There is nothing a bit of planning and organizing won’t do, so make sure you focus on that side of things and always think things through even if they seem super straightforward, you do not want to have second thoughts from moving!

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