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How to Select a Neighborhood

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First, consider what is most important to your personal tastes and interests. If you are first time homebuyer, locate a neighborhood that best fits your needs for your financial situation. As a move-up buyer, you may have the opportunity to address more of your needs and wants.

Secondly, take a few minutes and write your responses  to two very important questions…

What is important to you?

  • Proximity to hospitals, grocery stores, public transportation, recreational activities, places of worship, cultural activities, etc.
  • Access to public transportation
  • Homeowners associations
  • Quality of schools
  • Traffic
  • Crime rate
  • Future construction / area re-development
  • Lot size

What type of home (neighborhood) do you desire?

  • Single-family residence
  • Townhome
  • Condominium
  • Downtown \ metro living
  • Rural setting

Lastly, once you have answered the above questions, contact the Blu J Agency to locate the best neighborhoods for your needs.

Other Articles:

How to Choose a Neighborhood – By Liz Gray, FrontDoor.com

If houses are like spouses, a neighborhood is like the extended family. But while you can have a good marriage and still dread holidays with the in-laws, you’ll never love a house if you don’t like your neighborhood. Continue to article….

14 Tips for Finding the Best Neighborhood –  Frugal-Mama.com

Moving can be one of the most expensive and life-changing financial transactions a family will make.  While a move can be exciting, it is also very stressful — right up there with losing a job and the death of a loved one.  Yikes. Continue to article….