Moving to a new house can be a dynamic experience, you might be conflicted about the kind of home you want to buy and what should the home have, whichever is the case planning a move to a new house can be fun as well as fulfilling.
If you are currently preparing to move to a new house I’m sure you have noticed a few things that you would like your new house to have and what it should not have, and with the COVID-19 pandemic raging you have gotten to spend more time indoors and recognize the things you need your home to have to make it as comfortable as possible.
The following are some questions you could ask yourself as you plan your move to a new house.
What do you like and don’t like?
How much do you like your current home?
What is the best thing about your home?
What is the worst thing about your home?
Is the architectural design of your current home appealing, or you want something different?
What is your favorite room in your current house and why is it your favorite?
How much space do you need?
Is there enough space or not enough space?
Are there enough bathrooms or not enough bathrooms?
Do you like single storied or multi-storied buildings?
Is the window placement right ‘sufficient natural light or insufficient natural light?
Do you like open spaces or you prefer your house divided into sections?
Do you want a room dedicated to workouts, an office, or a laundry room?
Are comfortable outdoors important to you?
Does your current home have a garage and is it a must-have?
Do you enjoy outdoor spaces?
Is it something important to you?
Is a garden important to you?
Is regular outdoor maintenance concern to you?
How pleasant is your current neighborhood?
Are you happy with your neighborhood?
How close are you to the store, clinic, and park?
How is the commute in your area and what do you want to change?
Are there enough activities going on around you or too many?
How is your interaction with your current neighbors and what would you like to change?
These are the questions you could ask yourself as you decide to move to a new house, and what features your new home would have. This will certainly build positive anticipation and as well give you a true sense of comfort and tranquility.