September 10, 2018
You’re longing for more space—a chef’s kitchen perhaps, or a den/gathering room that can accommodate your growing family. A bigger garage or a guest room for out-of-town visitors. And while you love your home, you know you need a change.
Should you renovate or relocate?
Of course, the right answer will be different for everyone, and can only be determined by you and your family. To help you decide, we’ve gathered expert tips to get you thinking critically about your long-term goals, your finances, and the home that best reflects you.
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