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Buying

This means you will be moving in.

Some factors to consider. If the house you’re moving into is bigger than the one you are moving out of or you are a fist time buyer then this first issue probably doesn’t affect you.

The other way around however and you have to deal with what you can take with you, and what you will have to dispose of..

This can be upsetting ,but you have to deal with it now, to save enormous hassle at the other end.

Draw up rough floor plans of the new house and measure up the existing furniture.

Scale it up and lay it out and take it on the chin.

Work out what else you are going to absolutely need to buy and buy only what you must.

If you can it is better to wait until you settle in your new environment and get the feel of it.

You might change your mind about how particular rooms will be used. You will have probably moved things about from here to there and might still not be quite sure.

Once the dust has settled you can begin to settle in. Everything you need to know about actually getting the house right can be found across the site and hopefully you will be inspired.

 

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