Have You Outgrown Your Home?

Have you outgrown

Many homeowners are surprised when they suddenly realize that “perfect” home of just a few
years ago no longer suits their needs. From an expanding family to the empty nest, it’s
common for a home to no longer be the right fit. If you’re unsure if you’ve reached the point
where a move is warranted, here are a few signs you’ve outgrown your home.
• More Kids than Rooms or More Rooms than Kids – Life changes and our homes must
change also.
• Clutter or Lack of Storage – Do you need more closet or storage space? A home with
more space could be the answer.
• Home Office – More and more companies are opting for telecommuting or home office
workers, if your kitchen is your office, it might be time to look for a new home with
extra room for a home office.
• Outdoor Entertaining – Home design trends over the last couple decades has seen a rise
in outdoor living and entertaining areas. You might have simply outgrown your yard if
you crave space for an outdoor living or dining area.
• Lifestyle – The square footage might be fine, but you would prefer a different floorplan;
more open, single story, more windows, etc.
Your reasons for moving will be as unique as you are, but these are just a few considerations
which indicate you might have outgrown your current home. Make sure your home still meets
your needs and wants, then you’ll be able to decide if it’s time to move.

Jan Kelley is a Top Producing Agent with a strong track record of success who began her career in Real Estate in 2011. Jan initially focused on working with buyers to find their perfect home in the right neighborhood for their unique needs and lifestyle. She further expanded her expertise to sales to help owners market their properties and achieve the best return. She was so successful, she began couching and training other agents. In 2019 to be able to serve all of her clients Real Estate needs she added Commercial Real Estate services. Specializing in residential and commercial leases, purchases and listing sales in the Northeast Dallas Metroplex, Jan knows the market well and offers excellent support, resources and guidance for those seeking or selling homes or commercial property. As a former nonprofit Executive Director of over 10 years and a small business owner, she understands the importance of community and the level of care each client deserves to make confident, informed decisions. Originally from Tulsa, OK, Jan attended Rogers State University and Tulsa Community College. Her career previously involved service to the community in non-profit, education and government. In 1992, Jan was recognized for operating one of the first National Accredited Preschools in Oklahoma, and then taught others how to receive their accreditation at Tulsa Technology Center. She was later appointed by the Governor of Oklahoma to implement the state’s workforce credentialing program at all of Oklahoma’s Technology Centers. Jan and her family moved to Texas in 2011. She and her husband of 39 years are proud parents and grandparents. Jan is a licensed REALTOR®, Seller Representative Specialist (SRS®), Accredited Buyer Representative (ABR®), Certified Negotiation Expert (CNE®), Pricing Strategy Advisor (PSA®), Benefits Association VABA member and a member of Rockwall Chamber of Commerce, Professional Women's Alliance and 100 Business Leaders of Rockwall County. Jan is constantly studying the local real estate market and acquiring new, valuable information to share with her clients. She believes in staying connected through active networking, volunteering and community involvement, to “enhance the quality of life and remain abreast of the decisions that affect us all.” Certified Negotiation Expert CNE® Seller Representative Specialist SRS® Accredited Buyer's Representative ABR® Pricing Strategy Advisor PSA® Veteran’s Advocacy and Benefits Association VABA member Rockwall Chamber of Commerce member Professional Women's Alliance PWA member 100 Business Leaders of Rockwall County member

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