Many people when choosing a city where they will purchase their home do so because of its proximity to work. Lets face it with the traffic we contend with everyday, doing what you can to cut down on drive time is definitely a consideration.
But should commute time, be your only consideration? If you have children, what about the school district? What is it rated? Where do you even find out such information? Do you just want to concern yourself with school districts and drive times? What happens when you are not working, or the kids are not in school?
What does the city offer it's residents?
Restaurants ; how many are there, do they have a variety of cuisine choices.
Entertainment; do they have something that would appeal to singles, married couples, couples with children
Infrastructure; does the city pay attention to the condition of the streets, are traffic signals placed in the proper areas, are there parks to stroll in
A resident should take pride in their community, become involved in that community. This is your home, be a part of it, make a difference.
Almost all cities have a website which will have links to important departments to file for permits, and such. They also have links for organizations to become involved in. The websites will announce community activities offered by the city for it's residents. Take full advantage of whatever your city has to offer you!!
A great Real Estate Agent, can provide you with this information, can help you decide where the best place for you to buy your dream home is.
After all home is where your story begins.......
Author:Roxann Hailey Phone: 817-797-3608 Dated: February 18th 2018 Views: 51 About Roxann: Although new to Real Estate, I am well educated in Real Estate. I received my Graduate Realtor Insti...
In 1999, Courtney Robinson traded Boston’s three seasons of winter for the warm and welcoming spirit of the North Texas community. She has lived in Dallas, Denton, McKinney, and Melissa and has made her home in Plano since 2009.
She holds a Master's degree in Secondary Education from the University of North Texas and has spent most of her years as a Texan as a middle school teacher in Plano.
A life-long learner, Courtney is always looking for opportunities to improve the process of buying and selling homes in order to increase her clients’ comfort. Her strengths in planning and organization help her clients experience a tranquil transition; her methodical approach reduces the likelihood of surprises; and her razor-sharp research skills help to protect her clients’ investments.
Personable and professional, Courtney Robinson can turn a journey of a thousand miles into an easily-accomplished series of steps. Don’t mistake her compassion for complacency-- during negotiations and closing procedures, she represents her clients skillfully and tenaciously. She is as knowledgeable as she is calm and as thorough as she is patient.
Diligent, responsive, and always willing to go above and beyond to assure a calm and comfortable experience for her buyers and sellers, Courtney is proud to exceed expectations as a member of JP and Associates REALTORS.