Your Ideal Home

Before you begin looking at houses, take some time to prioritize your needs. What are your must-haves for a home, and which features nice but not necessary for you. Make a list. Together, we will go over your needs and wants so I can begin to look for properties that will fit your lifestyle.

For ideas, take a look at this checklist:

  • Area or Community
  • Price
  • Number of Bedrooms
  • Number of Bathrooms
  • Square footage
  • Lot– Big yard, fenced, low-maintenance, abutting green belt, fruit trees, etc.
  • Year Built
  • School District
  • Style – NW Contemporary, Split Entry, Two-story, Rambler, etc.
  • View – waterfront, territorial, golf course, etc.
  • Parking Type – two-car garage, RV parking, boat storage, etc.
  • Other features – Disabled access, mother-in-law, second kitchen, work room, fireplace, etc.