The 4 Phases of Divorce - Phase 2 - Housing



We started talking about how divorces unfold in defined phases with certain decisions and tools that have to be made and are needed. After determining attorney or non-attorney options (https://www.divorceadvicecolorado.com/post/the-4-phases-of-divorce-divorce-advice-colorado), housing is the next front burner decision that tends to present itself. Real estate and mortgage go hand in hand in making the right decisions for your situation.


Phase 2 - Housing

Here are the top 4 questions our realtors and mortgage consultants get asked and can answer for you:


Real Estate

  • How much is it going to cost us to sell our home and does a divorce change that?

  • What’s the fastest way to get our house on the market to sell?

  • Is the profit from a house sale during a divorce split 50/50 between the parties?

  • In this market, how early should I get started looking at houses if I want to purchase a home after the divorce?

Home Mortgage

  • How much can I afford if I want to purchase a new home?

  • Can I move out and purchase a home while we're waiting for the divorce to be finalized?

  • Is it better to try to stay in the same home for the sake of the children even if it's financially harder?

  • Is it better to purchase a home immediately after a divorce or wait for the transition effects to settle down?


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