If you’re about to make a big move, be it relocating for a new job, moving to start a family, or retiring and looking for a calmer atmosphere away from the hustle and bustle of city life, there are many factors you should consider before making the move.

Relocating

Firstly, you should decide if the move you’re about to make will improve your life and that of your family. Will you be moving away from family and friends? Is the cost of living higher?

Answering these questions will allow you to make a strategic decision.

Location, location, location

On making your decision to relocate, one of the first factors you should research is the area in which you will be moving to. Which area is the best option for you and your family, plus it’s good to take into account things like schools, public transport links, and good local amenities.

Properties 

Once you have decided on the area in which you want to move, it is at this point you should familiarise yourself with the property market. Taking the time to research the market will give you an edge into how and where you can make your investment a smart one.

If your relocation takes you to the Cheshire area, there are a variety of recent statistics that will aid the property buying process. It was found on Zoopla that average house prices in the Cheshire area were  £245,703 in March 2018, which is a year-on-year increase of 2.59%. For more advice on moving to Cheshire, get help from the experts at www.laurushomes.co.uk. 

Lifestyle 

Another important factor to research when you’re relocating is the lifestyle that comes with a location. Does the area fit with your own personal needs and requirements? Is it family friendly for those moving with children, or does it accomodate a more peaceful lifestyle for those retired.

Can you afford it? 

Like it or not, relocating isn’t cheap, and it simply is more expensive moving to a longer distance. Before relocation you should consider the costs implicated, and if moving for a new job, now is the time to discuss with your new employer if they are willing to subsidise the cost.

Being organised from the outset can help to cut costs when it comes to viewing houses. As travelling back and forth for a multitude of viewings can add up, to avoid this, decide on the type of home you want beforehand, whether it’s new build or an existing home.

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  1. Great tips, I often dream about relocating to a different part of the country, but there is so much to consider isn’t there.
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