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Starting a business is a thrilling adventure, but you may quickly realize your current space isn’t suitable for your needs. Even with virtual collaboration more effortless than ever, you will need a workspace to accommodate your business. Statistics show that 3 million people left cities for the suburbs in a single year, further supporting that commutes and remote work are now more manageable. Here are four tips for moving while you start your new business.
You look around you and see that you’ve outgrown that corner of the kitchen you’ve called your home office for the past couple of years. You’ve got your eye on all that unused space—the space that may be home to a broken lawnmower, bicycles with flat tires, a fitness machine now covered in spiderwebs, and unmarked cardboard boxes—the garage. It can seem like turning that into a clean, comfortable, and efficient office is just too much. What if there are spiders? Have no fear. You can do this. You just need a plan.
When choosing between a starter home and a forever home in Texas, figure out what you need out of the property first. If you’ve never owned a home before, have a young family, and want to find something at a lower price point, a starter home may be ideal for you. However, if you have a higher budget, are older, further along in your career (or retired), or have specific tastes, it may be time to find the house you want to stay in indefinitely. Buying a home in Texas is one of the most simultaneously stressful and exciting things you can ever do. Many people aren’t sure whether they want to buy a home that can accommodate their basic needs and help them get their feet wet in real estate or a more polished property designed to serve their specific needs and more refined tastes.