Rosemary Papp

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Shopping for a New Neighbourhood

Friendly neighborhoodMost people, who want to make a move, shop for a new home. They think about the number of bedrooms they want, the depth of the backyard, the quaintness of the recreation room, and the size of the kitchen.

There’s no doubt about it. Making sure that a house has all the features you need is important.

But when shopping for a new home, you should also pay close attention to the neighbourhood features.

You’ve probably heard the real estate industry phrase: Location, location, location. The neighbourhood you choose has a huge effect on your lifestyle and that of your family.

Think about the age of your kids, the activities your family members are involved in, your commute to work, where you like to shop, etc. Then make sure the neighbourhood you select for your next home supports your family’s lifestyle.

Shopping for a neighbourhood should go hand-in-hand with shopping for a new home. After all, you can renovate a kitchen, but you can’t make a nearby playground magically appear!

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