Whether you've lived in your home 3 years or 30, you know it's not just a shelter, or just another investment. It's the place where your dreams come to life in family rooms, at backyard barbeques and during the home-cooked
Sunday dinners. It's the place you raised your children, the nest you nudge them out of and welcome them back to again and again.
But there might come a day when it seems fit to move on, time to reflect on old memories and prepare to build new ones.
The time arrives to leave the past behind for a new future. It is no surprise
that buying and selling a home is often emotionally and might seem potentially —