Updated: Jan 5
There comes a time in most people's lives where a strong desire for change starts to set in.
That change can be in the form of something trivial, such as taking a different route for your morning walk, or, it could be a much grander change, such as moving out of your current house.
In this article, we're going to discuss ten signs it's time to sell your house.
You Need More Space For A Growing Family
The first house you buy may not always be the last house you live in. It's not uncommon to buy a "starter" home.
What's a starter home? Simple: It's a smaller sized house that's well suited for a couple, or a small family.
Think of your typical single-story two to three-bedroom house.
Families are great at growing. Typically from having kids, but also from having elderly family members move in.
Naturally, you're going to need more space to accommodate everyone comfortably.
Have you ever had:
All fighting to take a shower at 9:00 am? It's not fun!
As your household begins to expand, it might come time to sell your house and get a bigger living space.
On The Contrary - You Need To Downsize
On the other hand, you may find yourself in a situation where you need to downsize.
Did you raise five kids, three dogs, and two cats in a towering two-story five-bedroom house? And now everyone has moved out?
Becoming an empty nester is something to be proud of. It means you've raised a family and sent your kids on a path of self-fulfillment.
However, do you still need all that space? Probably not.
When you find yourself with a huge house and no one to fill the rooms, it might be time to sell and downsize into something that better fits your needs.
The Taxes Have Gotten Too Expensive
Nothing is certain, but death and taxes.