Welcome June! The flowers are blooming, the bees are buzzing, and the home buying season is in full swing. Here are 5 common reasons that June is the time many Hoosiers decide to buy a new house. Do you fall within one of these categories? If so, June might be the time for you to buy a new home!
June is one of the most popular months to get married. And with good reason—it’s beautiful in Indiana this time of year! Many newlywed couples want to start their lives together in a new home that neither one has lived in before. A new home is a great wedding present, after all! :)
If you are getting married soon and want a new home to move into after the big day, it’s time to begin your home search now!
Many June homebuyers are looking for a new house because they have outgrown their current one. When couples begin to have children, that apartment or starter home begins to feel cramped fast!
If you have a new baby on the way, June is a great time to begin your home search!
Children Entering School
Every parent wants what’s best for their children, especially a great education! Lots of June homebuyers have children reaching school age and they are searching for a house within a great school system.
If you have a child entering school this year and you’d like a home in better school system, begin your search now! Don’t want until August or your child will likely have to begin at one school and transfer after you move.
Children Going off to College
Other June homebuyers watched their children graduate high school this spring and will be moving them to college in the fall. When children start leaving the nest, many parents decide it’s time to downsize.
If you have children going off to college this fall and you’re considering downsizing, let Ferris Property Group set up a home search and show you what options are out there.
Change of Scenery
There are plenty of June homebuyers that aren’t experiencing a major life change, like getting married or kids going off to college, but instead want to create a life change for themselves. Some homebuyers want to move closer to downtown Indianapolis to be a part of all the exciting growth that’s happening right now. Others want to move farther out into rural areas to have more privacy and space to roam.
If you’re ready for a change of scenery, there’s no time like the present! Indianapolis and the central Indiana area has whichever environment you’re looking for—city, suburb, or rural!
Do you fall within one of these categories? If so, we think we’re the right Realtors to help you find your next home!