I recently saw Michelle Obama on TV mentoring a group of young girls. She was highlighting that people nowadays are so focused on the stats in their lives that they forget the stories, and it’s the stories that really matter. It made me think about how the same can be said for buying a house.
When purchasing a new home, so many of us tend to get caught up in the surface details. How big is it? How many bedrooms does it have? Does it have a pool? We get so focused on the details that we forget to consider its story. Every home has a story, and that’s what makes it so unique!
Join me this week where I’ll discuss why you shouldn’t judge a book by its cover, and how focusing on the story of a home can save you the hassle of moving time and time again. Our home is so important, and with us all spending so much time there right now, it’s a great time to write your story!
To celebrate the launch of this show I’m giving away some great prizes to four lucky winners. One winner is going to get a pair of AirPod Pros and the other three winners are going to get a $100 gift card to either Serena & Lily, Restoration Hardware or Amazon.com – you get to choose! All you have to do is subscribe, rate, and review the show on Apple Podcasts. Click here for more info on how to enter!
What You’ll Learn from this Episode:
Why stats aren’t everything in home-buying.
How to establish your own story.
Why you should buy a home that serves you.
Which stats matter when buying a home, and which don’t!
How to focus on the important things when buying a house.
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