Posted On March 25, 2019
You signed the papers, got the keys and opened the front door. Now, that quaint little place is all yours.
But more freedom comes with more responsibility. A lot changes once you’re a homeowner. Here’s how to prepare for a few of the adjustments — emotionally and financially.
1. You think about money more often
Ideally, you start thinking about money long before you sign the papers for your home.
Say a mortgage on your dream house would be $2,000 a month, but your current rent is $1,500. You should live at the new expense level to test it out before you buy, says Marianela Collado, CEO and senior financial adviser at Tobias Financial Advisors in Florida.
Read more at MarketWatch.com.