This is often the case. A person has to move for a job change or transfer, to be closer to family, retirement, or many other reasons. Their house sells quickly, and now the clock is ticking – time is not on their side.
Maybe there’s a family to get settled, children to enroll in school, movers to hire, or another adult needs to secure a job. As a result, sometimes you discover after a while that your initial choice of a new home wasn’t the best one for you.
Here are some common reasons we hear for that…
- The area is closer to the city than the buyer thought. You wanted something a little more trendy and urban, but this is not what you had in mind.
- Or the opposite, you didn’t realize it was SO FAR out in the boonies! It’s way beyond the suburbs!
- You didn’t research schools in all the rush, and you’ve discovered you’d like to be in a better school district.
- Certain services you use regularly are too far away, like public transportation, medical offices or decent shopping.
- There happens to be a landfill nearby, and it’s so close you can smell it. Not good.
- The traffic! It was such a quaint area when you checked it out over a quick weekend, but it turns out the traffic doubles your commute, at least.