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Does Moving Up Make Sense?

These questions will help you decide whether you’re ready for a home that’s larger or in a more desirable location. If you answer yes to most of the questions, it’s a sign that you may be ready to move.

1. Have you built substantial equity in your current home?

Look at your annual mortgage statement or call your lender to find out. Usually, you don’t build up much equity in the first few years of your mortgage, as monthly payments are mostly interest, but if you’ve owned your home for five or more years, you may have significant, unrealized gains.


2. Has your income or financial situation improved?

If you’re making more money, you may be able to afford higher mortgage payments and cover the costs of moving.


3. Have you outgrown your neighborhood?

The neighborhood you pick for your first home might not be the same neighborhood you want to settle down in for good. For example, you may have realized that you’d like to be closer to your job or live in a better school district.


4. Are there reasons why you can’t remodel or add on?

Sometimes you can create a bigger home by adding a new room or building up. But if your property isn’t large enough, your municipality doesn’t allow it, or you’re simply not interested in remodeling, then moving to a bigger home may be your best option.


5. Are you comfortable moving in the current housing market?

If your market is hot, your home may sell quickly and for top dollar, but the home you buy also will be more expensive. If your market is slow, finding a buyer may take longer, but you’ll have more selection and better pricing as you seek your new home.


6. Are interest rates attractive? A low rate not only helps you buy a larger home, but also makes it easier to find a buyer.


Reprinted from REALTOR® Magazine (RealtorMag.Realtor.org) with permission of the NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS®.

Copyright 2008. All rights reserved.



Moving Companies in Florida


1- Two Men and a Truck Mover Orlando, FL (407) 278-8296


2- Megan's Moving Mover Orlando, FL (407) 930-4553


3- Central Moving & Storage Inc Mover Orlando, FL (407) 219-9779


4- Florida Moving Systems Mover Melbourne, FL (321) 231-7796


5- Good Greek Moving & Storage Mover West Palm Beach, FL (561) 683-1313


6- Bekins of South Florida Mover Fort Lauderdale, FL (954) 204-3327


7- Suddath Relocation Systems of Orlando, Inc. 4.9 (420) · Mover Orlando, FL (407) 843-6683


8- Suddath Relocation Systems of St. Petersburg, Inc. 4.8 (493) · Mover Clearwater, FL (727) 573-0000


FLORIDA SCHOOL DISTRCT INFORMATION


Osceola School Distrit


Osceola School District

817 Bill Beck Blvd., Kissimmee, FL 34744

Phone: 407-870-4600 / Fax: 407-870-4010

Dr. Debra P. Pace

Superintendent

https://www.osceolaschools.net/leadership/superintendent


Orange County Public School


445 W. Amelia St., Orlando, FL 32801 — 407.317.3200

https://www.ocps.net/home


Seminol County School District


The mission of the Seminole County Public Schools is to ensure that all students acquire the knowledge, skills, and attitudes to be productive citizens.

📷400 E. Lake Mary Boulevard, Sanford, FL 32773

📷Phone: 407-320-0000

https://www.scps.k12.fl.us


Volusia County School District


​​​​​​Phone Numbers

DeLand: (386) 734-7190

Daytona Beach: (386) 255-6475 or (386) 258-4660

New Smyrna Beach: (386) 427-5223

Osteen: (386) 860-3322

Customer Support

To reach Customer Support, call (386) 734-7190 and enter extension 20000.

After hours, please call Communication and Monitoring Center/Energy Management at (386) 943-7626

https://www.vcsedu.org



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