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Looking to move to a new house? Here is what is out there for you

Whether you’re looking to buy a home for the very first time or whether you’ve been a homeowner for years and are looking for something else, something you’ll be thinking carefully is just what exactly will you be living in. I’m sure most people in the world grow up wanting to live in a large house with lots of things and little worries. But as you grow and experience everything life has to offer, your attitude begins to change, and you will probably have a soft spot for something different.

As the time to move into your own home is getting closer, you will want to know all of the different options you have at your disposal. If you aren’t sure what is out there, let’s look at a few.

Traditional house

Your natural inclination is probably to follow the status quo and to move into a traditional detached or semi-detached house. The typical type of home and an excellent option if you’re looking for a nice, settled place with a comfortable, neighbourly feel. There are always going to be houses for sale in suburbia, so you’ll probably find the right thing for you.


If you are thinking about living in a smaller place, you could do it perfectly in a charming little house. You might have an attraction to the look of an old and quaint-looking place. The cost of living in a cottage will be cheaper than the typical house, and there will be less maintenance required overall.

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There are, and there will always be many apartments around your area for you to choose from, if you decided to go with this option. It could be a small, handy and convenient place near you that you may have read or heard about. It could be a large and fancy apartment that could’ve seen on the likes of Meriton* when you were searching the internet one day. The good things about staying at an apartment include the lesser financial burden that is paying rent instead of a worrisome mortgage. Also, you will worry less about the maintenance as the responsibility here falls mainly on the landlord.

On a boat

If you don't feel sea-sick, you could always live on the water!* It might seem crazy to some people, but it is more common than you might initially think. If you love this kind of thing, it could be for you!


Similarly, to living in a cottage, you could look for a bungalow if you want a smaller and cozier option. If you have a smaller family and have too much to store with you, you can go with this. It’s great for kids as there are fewer rooms so you can keep an eye out, and there aren’t any stairs you to worry about! A bungalow also tends to hold its value, so you’ll be benefiting financially in the long run.

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Something different and mysterious

If you want something rather crazy, you can always search around for something entirely new that you never thought you’d see. The options are almost endless. Perhaps you like to move out to a farmhouse. Maybe live out in the woods and have that peace and tranquility away from stressful people!


What would be your perfect home?

Have a wonderful weekend!



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