In many instances, the home buying experience is coupled with a home selling experience and, when the stars align perfectly, your possession dates will work out perfectly. It doesn’t happen often, and such a venture can be quite risky, so it’s important to know when you can afford to do so. If you’re considering buying a new home before selling your old one, here are some instances when it can be an okay idea.

1. You Have the Cash

Before any other reason, the only time you should consider having two homes at the same time is if you have the money to do so. Selling a home can take an indeterminate amount of time, from a few short weeks to the better part of a year. If you have a nice financial cushion to draw on, then the decision may be a good one.…

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With spring time just around the corner, we’re starting to get into the spring quarter for real estate sales. It’s an exciting time for everyone, from buyers to sellers, because there seem to be more possibilities now that the snow is starting to melt and the days are a little longer. If you’re looking for home in the spring, here are some tips to help you find the perfect place. They could also help you save time and money as the market starts to wake up from its winter slumber.

1. Get Out and Walk Around

One of the main advantages of getting out for spring house hunting is the weather. Spring, especially early spring, is an excellent time to get a feel for any neighbourhoods you may want to live in. You can see how well the street drains of water,…

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Listing information last updated on March 31st, 2023 at 2:16am CDT.