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Saying Goodbye to YOUR Family Home?

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Here we are… in the middle of summer, in the middle of the year and maybe you or a loved one finds himself in the middle of a divorce.  Maybe you’ll soon be in the middle of an emotional move from the family home.

It could be that selling the marital home is the only way both parties will be able to afford new housing.  Perhaps it’s just not possible to meet the mortgage with only one income.  Whatever the reason, saying goodbye to a house that has become a home is never easy.

We must all face the choice between what is right and what is easy. ~ Albus Dumbledore (Harry Potter)

Much Depends on You

How seamless the sale process is, often depends on you.  Learning to “divorce the house” emotionally is essential to successfully staging, repairing and showing the house to potential buyers.  How to accomplish this and who to hire are addressed in the enclosed articles by our featured real estate experts.

When we really delve into the reason for why we can’t let something go, there are only two: an attachment to the past or a fear of the future. ~ Marie Kondo

Selecting Your Team

As we have often quoted, a wise judge once said, “Divorce is a process not an event.”  There are various emotions that must be processed and specific issues that must be resolved throughout the process.  When dealing with the emotional event of selling the family home, choosing the right professional support team is vital.  If this has or could become your reality, make a conscious effort to face it, not fight it.

Every new chapter of our lives is filled with potential, no matter how we find ourselves there.  May your next house soon become a home….and the place where your future begins.

For emotional support, financial guidance, legal advice or real estate help, please visit DivorceTown® USA  to find the right divorce professional for you.


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