The prospect of a new year often prompts reflection and resolution. We ask ourselves what’s next. Perhaps we recommit to what’s already working for us or maybe we commit to something new. Both are viable options, even when it comes to our homes.

At some point, you decided to buy your current home. For many Berg Larsen Group clients, a home is a long-term commitment. It’s common for people to find the home that checks all the boxes and then to make adaptations as life changes. We have clients who have stayed in their current homes for decades, and it warms our hearts that the home remains the right fit and the best financial decision.

However, you may ponder whether you’re interested and ready for your next home. Life is a series of what’s next, so we’re curious to know what’s your next next.

“Once a client, always a client,” says Chad Larsen. “We are honored when a client reconnects to include us in their thought process about when it’s best to stay put or if they are interested in exploring possibilities for what’s next.”

Most decisions take place over time. It starts with entertaining the idea of a change, considering the possibilities, and ultimately choosing what’s best for you and your situation.

Asking the right questions and allowing time to think is part and parcel of the process.

Barry Berg always says, “We’re in the relationship business.” He and Chad acknowledge they are here to help by providing market insights and neighborhood knowledge and simply offering guidance about what’s best for you and your individual situation. “It’s never about buying and selling a home; it’s about what’s right for our clients as they consider what’s next.”

During 2024, the Berg Larsen Group looks forward to conversations about your next next even if that won’t occur this year. We simply appreciate offering our experience and knowing that you’re in the home that’s right for you.

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