This question is one that many people think about as they start to consider retirement. But what is the right decision for you? The one thing everyone in this position will agree on is this life changing decision is deserving of the time it takes to consider all advantages and disadvantages.
You are selling your home and you’re busy getting ready for open houses and private viewings. You know you have to organize, clean, declutter, and clean some more. This is a daunting task for anyone, but when there are kids living in the home with you, this task can seam near impossible.
If you’re in the market for a new home, it's likely you’ve come across properties that are part of an HOA, or homeowner’s association. An HOA is essentially an organization that makes and enforces the rules for planned communities, such as developments comprised of condominiums, town houses or single-family homes.
The trend for engaged couples to purchase their first home together prior to saying I DO is becoming more and more popular. Many couples make the decision to live together for a period of time before they marry, and the question of whether to rent or buy is something that should be given a lot of thought and careful consideration.