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Using the Law of Attraction when buying a new home

Buying a new home is on many people’s wish lists. But did you know that you can utilise the Law of Attraction to help you with the process? Here is how:

Make a list of everything you would like in your new home, and be as detailed as you like with this:
In which area would you like to live?
What type of property do you want?
How many bedrooms?
What kind of views do you want?
Would you like a garden space?

It’s a great idea to create a vision board in order to display all your new home features. This can also help you to visualise living in your new space and stepping into that vision of what you would like to manifest.

Remember to keep working on your money mind-set throughout this process. It’s so important to try and think positively about your situation and focus on what you want when manifesting.

Why You Should Get a Full Inspection Before Buying a House
Arguably the most important part of the process when purchasing a home is going to be an inspection. This is so vital to not only the safety of yourself and your family but also the longevity of your new home. No one wants to spend money on a new home just to find out they were sold a lemon. Let’s go over other benefits of utilizing a home inspector in your home shopping process.

It’s The Money
First and foremost, wasting money is awful and houses are expensive. If you are making the big leap into purchasing a home, you want to make sure you don’t spend money on something you hate. Perhaps you may be at the point where you are looking to sell your home as well. You can see what needs to be done with your house too and get an estimate on what your home is worth.

Most folks use the money they receive for their old home on purchasing a new one. So if you’re selling or buying, an inspection is necessary and most certainly in your best interest. A quality inspection can help you establish issues with your selling home and assist with purchasing your new home as well.

Once you are able to see what is needed to pass inspection with your home, you then know what to look for when you are home shopping. If you are working with a realtor, they will suggest you have an inspector work with you as well. You can learn a lot about the housing industry, regulations, and the inner workings of the town. And most importantly, you don’t sell a house that needs tons of repairs and you don’t purchase one either.

Safety
Perhaps the most important aspect of inspections is to protect the people who may be living in them. Sometimes people purchase a home and then find out there are critical issues with it because they never had it inspected. This may make more sense if they are purchasing something out of foreclosure and just want the property as-is.

However, it is advisable to get an inspection for purchasing as-is. You should understand that if you’re not going to have an inspector check it out or at least read the disclosure when the property is sold, then you may have a surprise come at you. I’ve seen homes that people purchase thinking they can fix up the small repairs only to find that termites have taken out the whole frame.

Things such as this can be devastating if you do not look to advisors for help. Most people are not immediately knowledgeable on what to look for during inspections or simply find by touring the home by themselves.

Additionally, you may need protection for unintentional issues with the home. The previous owners may not have been aware that mould or mildew could be growing in their basement but an inspector know how to look for these things. That’s actually their whole job so you know you can trust their judgment.

Forecast Closing Costs
Another benefit to having an inspector represent your best interests is that they can predict the amount of money that may need to go into repairs and other closing costs. If the home needs new installations of plumbing, electricity, or other large appliances, the inspector will be able to gauge the money and amount of time it will take for these upgrades.

When you are shopping for a home, the last thing you want to do is be unsure of when you will be able to complete this journey. It can be comforting when you know what is ahead of you and when you will be living more comfortably.

Your inspector can also assess when certain amenities may have been updated and when they are due for their next update. This can help you determine things such as homeowners’ insurance, future budgets, and timelines for these repairs. The more you know, the more you can be prepared. It’s not advisable to skip out on having your new home inspected from someone you trust.

What can I do whilst waiting to move?
It’s a great opportunity to start decluttering your old possessions before moving. This will also help to reduce any feelings of overwhelm or stress, as well as making your life easier with not taking so much stuff!

Start planning your décor and layout for when you move in to your new home, do you have a colour scheme and plan for each room?

Lastly, set an intention for a smooth, easy and stress-free house move. Using daily affirmations can be a great tool to help you feel calm, relaxed and positive. Keep visualising and picturing yourself in your new home.

Have you used Law of Attraction to manifest a new home? Let us know in the comments below!

 

 

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