The guide will talk about what questions to ask a real estate agent, what to look for inside the home itself and how to evaluate the neighborhood to see if it will be appropriate for stay-at-home parents.
San Diego, CA (PRWEB) April 28, 2014
PropertyRecord.com is releasing information that will help potential stay-at-home moms choose the right new home for their families, the company announced yesterday.
“When looking at a home to buy, people can't simply look at what their needs are right now,” a PropertyRecord.com spokesman said. “They also have to look at what their needs will be several years into the future. If one member of the couple will be staying home with a baby a couple years down the line, there are different things they need to look for in a home. We want to help people understand those needs.”
PropertyRecord.com will publish the guide on their website and through their social media channels, he said.
“Staying at home with a child means that a home needs to be designed differently than it would be for child-free couples,” he said. “Otherwise it will not be safe for the new addition to the family. It is also important that the neighborhood has other stay-at-home parents to provide emotional support. These are the types of things you need to worry about before you buy your home, not after the mother is expecting.”
The guide will talk about what questions to ask a real estate agent, what to look for inside the home itself and how to evaluate the neighborhood to see if it will be appropriate for stay-at-home parents, he said.
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