• Jessica Vantiegham

What's on your wish list?

Okay…how many of you out there have determined, through this hot mess of a year we're calling 2020, that your home desperately needs some upgrades and modifications or that it simply is just not working for you anymore? 

We feel your pain. Hubs and I initially chose to purchase downtown and sacrifice space over location because it was important for us to initially be in an “affordable” small condo within walking distance to literally everything. I mean…. it’s Nashville. We will be gone all the time! Baseball, football, soccer, concerts, shows, restaurants….cough (COVID) cough. 

Obviously…a lot has changed in 2020 and your space may be one of them. If you find yourself in a similar situation…what better way to spend some of this down time to create a list of changes that would make your place a better fit or even a wish list of a future home? 

  • Start with what obviously works and what does not...pros vs cons.

  • What are the things that you absolutely love about your home? 

  • Are there any structural changes you'd prefer - vaulted ceilings, stairs at the back of the house, bigger porch, etc.

  • Do you need more space or less? 

  • Does your current layout suit your lifestyle? Maybe an open floor plan would work better than what you have now. 

  • Do you find yourself spending all your time indoors because you don’t have an outdoor space you love? 

Not loving the idea of moving but reluctantly owning up to the fact that your space no longer works for you? You're not alone. The average American will have moved, bought and sold 3 to 7 homes during their lifetime.

If you’re finding that your home is no longer working for you, let’s talk. 

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