During a lifetime, people likely will find themselves living in a variety of settings—whether it’s a rural hut, a suburban ranch-house, a city apartment, a school dorm, or even a boat. Where we live changes as families get larger or smaller, as children go off to school, and as people find new jobs. That moment—when you realize it’s time to find a new place to live—may come gradually or suddenly. But when it comes, where do you begin the process? Is there such a thing as a “right” place that fits your specific needs and interests? If so, how do you find it? Can a new home sort of find you? How can you move forward in a way that is good for all parties involved in a transaction? These guests found themselves asking many of these kinds of questions as they encountered a need to find housing. And they found answers by looking at home, and the process of finding one, from the inside out.
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