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How to Find the Right Location for Your Next Home

Most people spend a significant amount of time thinking about the style and size of home that they want to purchase when they're ready to move. Although it's important to consider the type of home that you want to purchase, the location of the property is just as important to consider. When you're looking to relocate, there are a few ways to find the right location with the property that you purchase.


Consider the Proximity of Nearby Establishments

Consider how far you're willing to travel to nearby establishments when you want to dine out at a restaurant or visit the bank. You may not want to live too far from places that you frequent to ensure that you have more convenience with running errands. Determine the proximity of local parks, hospitals, and stores to ensure that you can feel accommodated and not inconvenienced by the location of the home.


Evaluate the School District

The school district is an important part of buying a home for those who have kids or are planning on expanding their family in the future. Moving to an area where there's a good school district will allow you to save thousands of dollars on private school if your children are already receiving a higher quality of education.

Those who do not have kids can also benefit by moving to an area that has a good school district. This will make it easier to make a wise investment with the home you purchase because it will increase in value and can be easier to sell in the future.


Look at the Neighborhood

Take a close look at the neighborhood of the home to determine the quality of the setting and if you'll feel comfortable living there long-term. Evaluate the condition of the neighbors' properties and if they're maintained well. They should be updated and in good repair, which will have a direct influence on the value of your own property in the coming years. In some cases, the neighborhood may be too upscale for your taste and is a location where everyone has to keep with the Joneses. You may not want the pressure of putting your child in private school or driving a luxury vehicle. Look for a neighborhood and community that suits your personality and taste by living close to neighbors who you can imagine yourself getting along with.


Visit the Area at Different Times of the Day

Finding the right place to live will require that you visit the neighborhood at different times of the day. It's important to visit the location in the day and night to determine if there are people loitering in the streets or if you can hear the noise from a nearby freeway. Check to see if the streets are well-lit and if it looks like a safe location to walk outside. You can also check the level of crime in the local area and if there are frequent break-ins or theft that is reported.


Determine Your Commute

The amount of time that you spend on the road getting to and from work each day will influence how happy you are living in the area. Determine how long it will take to commute to work each day and if you plan to find a different job in the future that is closer to home. If you plan to stay put at your current job for several years, consider finding a home that is within minutes of your office for added convenience.

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Toronto Real Estate Board - IDX Last Updated: 4/19/2019 9:06:09 AM