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1 Simple Way to De-Clutter Your Home and Prepare For Your Dream Home : Spring cleaning is always a difficult task. What to keep, what to get rid of, and how to determine the difference is a difficult task because there are memories of purchasing the items, the knowledge of how much everything cost, and the fact that not everything you have originally came from you. It is challenging. It takes courage to go through your home with the goal of making the house cleaner and look better while making it easier to maintain all the stuff. Here is how to simplify the process: There is one question to ask yourself while looking at each item in your house and that is would I have this item in my dream home? Some follow up questions might be: Does it fit in with the vision of my dream house? Would I use it in my dream home if I have all the money in the world? Does this fit in with how I want my dream home to look? Is it beautiful? We typically clean house in the present moment, but we are thinking about the past. The time you purchased the lamp or the day your mom passed along the end table that she used as a little girl all enter your head. You have become accustom to taking care of this item. It has lived with you. You have cleaned it for weeks, months, years. It is a habit to have that item in your life. Here is the question though. Would I have this item in my dream home? There are some things you cannot get rid of. All the lamps in your house may not be what you would have in your dream home, but do not get rid of them all just yet. You need to have light and it is smart to save the lamp that you do not like than going out and buying a brand new lamp that you love because you have not found your dream house yet or else you would be making plans on purchasing and moving into it. This is a great tip to remember when you are going shopping. Each thing that you want to purchase something for your current house, ask yourself, Would I have this item in my dream home? Chances are a majority of the time you are shopping you will at least rethink something you might want to buy, putting you one step closer to living in your dream home. Save your money to buy the house of your dreams where you have handpicked each and every items that lives in it. Start living your beautiful life today with a clean house filled with items that you love and a few that you hope to get rid of in the near future. Focus on surrounding yourself with beautiful things that you love. It makes all the difference.

What Makes A Dream Home : Homes are unique in that although for many of us, it is the largest purchase well make, we may buy several over the course of a lifetime. Sometimes we outgrow our homes and sometimes our homes outgrow us. Defining a dream home is a personal exercise, but whatever makes a home a dream home, there are certain universal considerations. A dream home isnt a dream if its not in your dream location. Some people prefer a downtown condo, with nightlife nearby. Others prefer a gated community in the suburbs with strong schools. There are homes along riverfront property or zero-lot lines to choose from as well. Before you can find your dream home, you must know your dream location and community. Find an area that has your requirements: up and coming vs established, full of young families or retired couples or both, near good schools and parks or an easy commute to work. Think about what you want the entire home experience to be like before you commit to a home or offer. Once youve decided on what makes your dream neighborhood, think about what is driving you to purchase? New family? New job? Retirement? Job transfer? Just married or just divorced? Answering some simple and easy questions at the beginning of your search can eliminate hassle later. Know your square footage requirements, what you must have in a home and what you cant stand. Some people want to buy an existing home and others want a custom build. Even when working with a builder, know what elements make up a dream home. Whatever the reason you are buying a home, there is always one key factor: location. Whether you are buying based on the schools, the commute to work, proximity to a golf course or want a gated community, the location of your home is the first part of making your dream come true. Know what you want in regards to location and what that means. A riverfront property or a downtown loft, both bring out different aspects of home ownership. As you continue to look in your desired location, think about the layout and design of the houses you are viewing. Will your current furnishings and d├ęcor look good and fit in the space? Or does buying a new home mean all new furniture? Also consider your lifestyle, if you enjoy hosting events in your home, think about the guest friendly attributes. For those who are downsizing, ensure your treasured items fit in the new smaller space. If you love to garden, a zero lot line home may not be for you. Lastly, make sure that your potential dream home fits your budget. Its not easy to continue to host events when your mortgage has eaten into your entertaining budget. Every dream home will have some need for repair and maintenance, make sure that you are able to build and keep a savings account for such events and emergencies. A broken water heater or blown air conditioning system on the first day of summer can happen in any home, dream or not. By being able to articulate what makes your dream home, you are one step closer to finding the home of your dream today!.



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