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Look Into Your Future Before You Buy in the Present

Take It And Run: Ilyce's Corner
By Ilyce Glink for Right at Home Daily

If you're like most Americans, you'll probably move about every five to seven years. That's a distinct change from your parents and grandparents, many of whom probably lived in the same house for 30 years.

Why do people move so frequently? You start off in one home, perhaps when you're single. You trade up when you get married, and again when you have children. You might make another move if you get a big job promotion or want your children to be in a better school district. You might downsize when your family has outgrown your home.

To make a smart decision about buying, you have to think about how long you'll be in your home. You should also think about where you'll be personally, romantically, and financially, so you buy the right size home to accommodate your changing lifestyle.

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