Chris McBride Real Estate

    Divorce: How to Avoid Costly Housing Mistakes During and After a Divorce.

    Divorce is difficult. It means difficult decisions. One of the most important and pressing decisions you’ll need to make is what to do about your home. In the middle of financial trouble and heavy emotions, what can help you is non-emotional, specific answers and information. Once you understand how divorce will affect your home, mortgage, taxes and insurance the important decisions you need to make will be easier. Neutral straightforward information will help you make logical decisions regarding your home.

    Your first decision will most likely be do you want to continue living in the house? Will the surroundings bring you emotional peace and comfort or hard unpleasant memories? Would like to like to minimize change and stay, or sell and move to a place that offers a fresh start?

    You’re the only one who can answer those questions, but whatever decision you choose there will most likely be some financial repercussions. What can you afford? Is it easier to manage the old house on your new budget? Or is it better to sell it and buy something new? How much can you afford now that your finances have most likely changed?

    To help you find the right answers to the right questions, we’ve prepared a special FREE report by industry experts for your specific situation entitled, “Divorce: What you MUST know about your home, mortgage, taxes and insurance.”

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