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Has Covid Given You Itchy Feet When It Comes To Your Home: The Big Plans For Next Year

We are all going through a huge change right now, and the world is far from how we used to know it. Restrictions on life, travel and plans have been put on hold for so many. But that doesn’t mean to say that you can’t start to think about the future and what plans you have. The current outbreak and staying home may have made you feel like a big move is on the cards when it comes to your home and where you live. Here are some of the plans and goals you might like to have next year.   

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Moving house

One of the most stressful things we can do in our lives is to move home. The whole buying and selling aspects, the things you consider and perhaps the things you forget when it comes to buying, can all come back to haunt you once you have those keys in your hand. Moving home isn’t easy physically either. The upheaval of boxes and furniture, and ensuring that you settle in sooner rather than later and even taking on some big renovation projects quite quickly within the moving process. Not to mention settling into a new area, making new friends. But yet, a move may be on the cards because you need a bigger place, you might be thinking of investment for the future and even creating a nest egg or retirement fund. 

Moving country

Maybe it isn’t just moving house that is on the cards for you, more people are looking at the benefits of actually emigrating and moving to a new country. They see that they can thrive in their career in other locations, perhaps earn more money or have a better quality of life when it comes to weather and lifestyle. Of course, there is a lot to consider in terms of paperwork, such as providing indefinite leave to remain paperwork and visas, but once it is sorted you are ready to start your new life. There are many reasons why people choose to move to a new country and settle up somewhere new, and it can certainly be an exciting adventure to embark on. Many like the idea of change, or to experience a different culture. Some really focus on their family and the lifestyle that a different place could offer. 

Building their own place

Is it your dream to build your own place? Find a plot of land in the perfect location, design every aspect of the build from the floor plan to what cupboards you want where? Many people love the idea of building their own home but think that it could be more hassle than it is worth. With endless paperwork and red tape t cross not to mention the actual build itself. It can be a real way to actually create your dream home, and the cost isn’t as bad as you may think. The land can often be the most expensive element, but what you get at the end is worth the wait and money. You can choose to do it in the country you live in or combine it with a move away. 

Let’s hope this has inspired you to make some plans for next year once things start to calm down with this global pandemic we are all facing.