Posted on: 16 March 2017
If you are a single person but looking at single family homes, you are likely going to move in a neighborhood with families. Family neighborhoods have many positive points including safety, watchful eyes, and quiet during the night time. If you are single, the one downside is feeling a little bit out of place when you are surrounded by families. The space inside of a single family home may also be more than what you bargained for. Here are three steps to feeling a little more comfortable in your single family home as a single.
Don't decorate each room until you are ready
If you are purchasing a large single family home but you don't have furniture for every room, do not rush to find furniture for every one of the spaces. Instead, close the door to the rooms that you will not be using or will not have furniture for. Later on, as you settle into the home and have a need for the room, you can decorate the room in the way that you need. Closing the door and not entering the rooms that you have no use for now will help you avoid become overwhelmed by the sheer space in your home.
Host your crew regularly
It is a good idea to not become cut off from the rest of your group when you purchase a single family home. Since you now have more space, one of the things that you can do is host dinners and make your home the meet-up place before you go out. This will keep you connected with the rest of your friends. If you are transitioning to a quiet single family neighborhood after living in an accessible area in the city, being able to have friends over will stave away any loneliness. If you live close to the city still, you can offer to host those who live far away in your home when your group tends to stay out a little too late to head home.
Set up the perfect patio area
If you have a patio or deck area, you may become the most popular person in your group of friends. Set up your deck with chairs, a table, a proper covering from the sun, and a barbecue area. During the warm months when the sun is out, you can host barbecues and potlucks in your backyard. You may also be able to connect with other singles and couples in your new neighborhood by hosting these events. Becoming the popular person on your block will help you settle into a nice life as a popular neighborhood single.
For help finding a single family home, contact a real estate agency like The Kahler Team - Keller Williams Realty.Share