Archives for June 2008

Relocating Tips

It is nerve racking just making the decision to move to a new home. Adding to this the decision to relocate to a different County or State can be straining, mentally and physically on you and the family. This feeling can easily be put to rest with the right approach. The secret to avoiding stress is to remain positive, picture your moving experience as a time of discovery. So remember;
1. Before The Move.

Accentuate the positive. Be upbeat.

Be flexible.

2. During The Move.

Schedule family recreation time to get away from moving stress.

Seek support from friends and family.

Eat regular, well-balanced meals. Hunger amplifies stress.

3. After The Move.

If you or a family member are having difficulty adjusting to your new surroundings after the relocation don’t be shy, consider counseling.

It takes a keen knowledge of the area to pinpoint the homes that supply your “desires” and also meet your “needs.” If you are relocating to Houston or its’ surrounding area (the Woodlands, Spring, Tomball, Magnolia, Conroe, Atascocita, and Kingwood. Please allow me to assist you and your family with your relocating needs. Email me at pattimace@pattimace.com (pattimace null@null pattimace NULL.com) or pattimace@sbcglobal.net or view my blog at http//www.pattimace.com.

Hope to chat with you soon…Patti

 

 

 

Myth or Fact? Home Expenses

Question – Can I write off all expenses on my home?

This is a MYTH: Home addistion, insurance cost, renovations, condo/HOA fees are not tax deductible like your property taxes and mortgage interest can be.  Remember to always check with a tax advisor or a financial planner when determining what home related issues are deductible.

see you again soon,

patti -pattimace@pattimace.com (-pattimace null@null pattimace NULL.com) or pattimace@sbcglobal.net (pattimace null@null sbcglobal NULL.net)

www.pattimace.com (http://www NULL.pattimace NULL.com)

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