Posted by Rachel Torres in All, Home Design

Not completely in love with your home, but can’t decide if a home renovation will fulfill all your needs or if a completely new home will be best? The decision between renovating or selling your current home is a tough one!

Both options require a great deal of planning, organization, budgeting, and time. So which one do you choose? Take our 5-minute quiz below to help you understand whether you should renovate or sell your current home!

Things to Consider When Renovating

  • Organization is key!
  • You need to have a set budget and stick to it! Have you done research on bathroom renovation costs or kitchen renovation costs?
  • You will be living in a messy home for a while, so be prepared, especially if you are considering a kitchen renovation
  • Do you love living in your current community?
  • Sold on renovating? Familiarize yourself with these top design trends in 2020!

Things to Consider When Selling

Whatever it is you are considering, we are here to help ease your decision-making process.

Whether you renovate or sell, we hope you are the happiest in your new space! Whatever you pick, be prepared to plan ahead, keep organized, and most importantly stay cool, calm, and collected. Everything will work out as planned! So what’s your result: Renovate or Sell?



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Rachel Torres
Rachel Torres

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Rachel started her real estate career with M/I Homes in June 2017. Prior to her role as an Internet Sales Manager, she assisted buyers all over the Triangle area as a New Home Consultant. Rachel grew up in Raleigh and stayed close to home, attending North Carolina State University (Go Wolfpack!). She currently lives in Durham in a home she built with M/I Homes, and she appreciates everything the growing area has to offer. Rachel loves helping buyers begin the exciting journey of homeownership. She believes communication is key and the customer experience is the primary focus. When she’s not working, Rachel enjoys taking family walks through the neighborhood, catching up on reading for book club, and playing with her sweet, silly toddler.

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