5 Signs It’s Time For Your Family To Move

At some point, it becomes glaringly clear that it’s time to find a new place for you and your family to move.  

If you’ve been pondering recently whether it’s time to start looking for a new home, here are some of the telltale signs.

You Want an Upgrade

When you find yourself looking around your home and seeing all of the things that aren’t working for you instead of what is,  it’s a red flag that a change is needed. Perhaps your fence needs an upgrade, or you’re lacking storage space.  If you start to feel like your current home is holding you back from enjoying living in it, it’s time to move on!

While renovating is always an option, it’s incredibly time-consuming and expensive.  Moving to a new place may be a simpler and more affordable option.

Your Family Is Overcrowded

Are you starting to feel like you can’t go into a single room in your house without running into another family member?  If things are starting to get tight due to your growing family, you should start looking at new options.

Why trip over each other all day, when you can simply move to a bigger place.  Kids need space to run and be kids.

Your Rent Is Breaking The Bank

Sure, city life was nice when you were single and didn’t have anyone else to worry about.  However, now that you’ve got a family, your costs have increased. It may be time to start thinking about moving to the suburbs rather than staying in the hyper-center.

Suburbs are much cheaper and often have better schools.  Your living space will increase in size, you’ll get more value for your money, and you’ll likely have better outdoor options for the kids.

Your Commute Is a Drag

Driving to work and back every day isn’t just time-consuming; it’s stressful! Day after day having to sit in traffic will start to take its toll on your happiness.

Imagine a world where your work is just around the corner.  You can use all that time you used to spend commuting doing things that make you happy instead.

Perhaps it’s spending extra one on one time with your kids, or getting caught up on an old book you love.  

Bad Neighborhood

The last thing you want to worry about is the well-being of your children in your own home.  If you live in a lousy neighborhood where safety is a concern, it’s definitely time to start looking around for a new place to live.

You should be able to let your kids and pets play in the backyard without having to worry about their safety.