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Hello, 

It’s World Population Day and I came across some interesting statistics:

  • The world’s population increases by approximately 100 million people every 14 months.
  • In the U.S., the population increases by roughly 1.3 million every year…when you do the math of number of births minus the number of deaths.
  • But yet the U.S. population increases by almost 3.3 million people per year. (Because of people moving into the country.)
  • The average U.S. household has 2.5 people in it…(And this has held true for decades.)

The relevant one here is average size of household…

Averages mean very little. As a REALTOR®, I deal with households of 1 person, on up to 12.

Size of household doesn’t matter. However, size of the home does.

One of the biggest reasons I help people sell their house is because the number of people in their household has outgrown the space within their home…

Too many people for too little space.

The reasons vary…

Could be because of having children. More children than expected. Growing children. Elderly parents moving in. A friend or relative who needs to call your home their home for whatever reason. Or, the house was always small, but was what they could afford when they bought it originally.

Whatever the reason, the thought and debate about moving happens well before just deciding to sell their house. It doesn’t usually just surprise someone. You see the need and grapple with it over time — usually deciding what to do once it becomes unbearable.

The debate is usually this:

“Should we add onto the house, or just move?”

The truth is, there’s no single answer to that. But there’s usually one answer that’s more “right” for each particular client.

Sometimes it’s better to just move than add on. Sometimes it makes more sense to add on.

The problem is, I often get a call after someone added onto their house.

Or, I get a call from a client who’s decided to just sell their house once they’re way past the timeframe they have to deal with going through the whole process of adding on to their house.

And, sometimes, the other decision would have made better sense for that particular client and their particular situation.

But, it’s a bit too late for that debate at that point.

So always, always feel free to add me into the mix and discussion early on. As soon as you start debating whether to add on to your house, or simply sell and move, get me involved.

It’s my pleasure to help you figure out which makes more sense for you. It’s better and easier to do that, than to find out you had better options after the fact!

Let’s get together to discuss our exact market conditions so that we can help you create a strategy to secure your new home in this competitive atmosphere!

Call/text me at (630) 669-2401 or email me at mmancano@c21affiliated.com TODAY!

 

My Real Estate Dream Team and I are here for you!

Monica Mancano, REALTOR®, SRES®, MRP, AHWD
Century 21 Affiliated
1999 W. Galena Blvd.
Aurora, IL 60506

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