I remember buying my first home at the ripe old age of 21. Hours of research, along with taking a real estate course to learn about the process, didn’t adequately prepare me for the twists and turns I would endure along the way.
No matter when you’re deciding to purchase your first home, you know it’s going to be a stressful situation. Deciding on a neighborhood, speaking with real estate agents, and opening up your finances for inspection by strangers is surely par for the course. But imagine doing this now, during a time of so much uncertainty. Our friend, Jason Benedicic, is doing just that.
In an article that’s a break from the norm of his usual tech writing, Jason ponders the question: “Is buying a house in a post-COVID-19 world a good idea?”
Jason Benedicic comments:
As strange as it is for someone nearing 40, I don’t own a house. I’ve moved around a lot in the last few years, probably more in this recent period than ever before, so it hasn’t really been on the top of my agenda.
Road Warrior History…
I moved back to Cambridge in early 2018 to be closer t…
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