Highlights of today’s show:
- My wife Lisa joins me on the show to share our experience in picking a realtor
- Why we learned it’s important to get different opinions
- How we’ve gotten our home ready to put on the market
- What’s next for us in selling our home
- Ways to increase your financial literacy during Financial Literacy Month
Today my wife Lisa joins me on the show to help share our experience so far in selling our house. Together we discuss the thought process on how we went about selecting a realtor, what we have learned about getting our house ready to put on the market, and how much we have looked at new homes to buy.
We hope to do more of this type of show in the future once we start to show the home and receive bids on it as well as when find a new place for our family. If you have any experiences you would like to share with picking a realtor, showing your house, or anything else related to you selling your home, please leave a comment below.
In addition, April is Financial Literacy month. I’m not going to do any podcasts based on financial literacy this year as I feel that financial literacy is a continuous endeavor no matter what your financial situation is. So instead, my challenge to you this month is to learn something about personal finance you have wanted to but haven’t for whatever reason, whether it be on budgeting, investing, insurance, or something else. If you are looking for literature to help you out please take a look at my recommended reading list and see if there’s anything on there that can help you out.
Below is a list of podcasts I have recorded and articles I have written about financial literacy month.
- Kicking off Financial Literacy month
- Financial Literacy month
- More Financial Literacy Month questions!
- Why Financial Literacy is important
- Financial Literacy Month Videos
- Your Financial Literacy Month questions
- Wrapping up Financial Literacy Month
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