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5 Ways to Help you Decide Where to Live

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So you know you want to move. But do you know where you want to go? It can be difficult to decide where to live as it’s such a big decision.

To help you make your mind up, we’ve come up with five ways that can help you decide where to live.

Do your research

If you’re moving away from where you are now, it’s vital that you do your research.

Find out what the area is like, what amenities it has, and what the property prices are like.

You should set a budget before you start looking so you know what you can afford. Then the next step is to look on property websites at every free moment you have.

Think about your personality

You’ll want to live somewhere that matches your personality. Do you have a family? If you do, you’ll want to live in an area that’s good for children and families. But if you’re a social person that enjoys going out in the evenings, it might be better that you live in a city.

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What about your job?

Are you looking for a new job in the area you want to live in? If you’re not, how far are you willing to travel to work every day? You might think you’re ok with an hour-long commute in the mornings, but it can soon take its toll. Think about it carefully.

Get to know the area

If you’re thinking about moving to a completely new area that you don’t know much about, have you considered renting first? It will be much less hassle to move if you don’t like the area if you don’t own a property there.

What are the schools like?

If you’re moving with children or with the intention of starting a family, you’ll want to consider this when you decide where to live. What are the schools like? Are they close, and are they good schools? You can find Ofsted reports for the local schools online.

You’ll also want to consider whether there are enough facilities for children to play at after school or at the weekends.

So when you’re deciding where to live, make sure you take into account all of these factors. It’s not great to buy a house then realise you don’t like the area, so make sure you do your research before you sign.

Source:
HomeOwners Alliance

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Emily Rivers

Emily Rivers is the Customer Experience Manager at Quotatis. She informs customers of the latest developments in a range of products so they can make the best choice for their homes and ensures they get the best out of our service.