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Brand New home; Brand New School

Brand New home; Brand New School

Whether your child is in Elementary School or High School moving to a new school can be scary and intimidating for your child. There are several ways to help your little one adjust to the transition as best they can.

The excitement of moving into your new home over the summer has began to wind down and the reality of your child attending a new school, with new teachers, new classmates, new campus can be a bit overwhelming for your child.

  • If you can, take your child to school the first day so they will not have to deal with the jitters of being on a school bus with brand new EVERYONE! If your child is younger you could even walk them into school and get them to their first class. As far as the older ones go, you may want to check with them before you park and try to walk them into their school. They may not appreciate this as much as your little ones would!
  • Visit the school with your child. This seems like common sense but it is very important to take your child to the school before school actually starts. And I’m not talking about just orientation. Make it a time when you and your child can take some time out to really get to know the campus and you can speak to him/her at a more one-to-one basis.
  • Get your child prepared for the first day of school. The night before the first day, be sure to prepare lunches, prepare back packs with all the supplies needed, make sure to get them to bed early. Children need plenty of sleep in order to be awake a refreshed for the full day ahead. In the morning time be sure to wake up early enough for a healthy breakfast. You could even make the breakfast special by either taking them somewhere quick in the morning or by making them their favorite breakfast meal.
  • Write a little note and leave it in their lunch box (if they take one.) It may embarrass them a little but I can guarantee a smile when it is read. You may write something funny, or a little I love you note.

Back to school is often exciting to some children but can be very frightening to those who have just moved and are attending a brand new school with NEW everything. It may take a few weeks to get use to but your child will adjust if you make sure to communicate and be proactive. School jitters can easily be helped with a few easy fixes.

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HOME SALE STATISTICS FOR EAGLE SPRINGS

How Much Will Your Home Sell For in the Master Planned Community of Eagle Springs:

Currently there are 84 homes for sale from $117,500 to $605,000 – Average Price Per Sq. Ft is $81.04

9 homes are in Option Pending from $139,900 to $259,900 – Average Price Per Sq. Ft is $76.12

12 homes are in Pending Continue to Show from $129,900 to $323,400 – Average Price per Sq. Ft. is $84.57

23 homes are in Pending status from $119,900 to $404,990 – Average Price per Sq. Ft. is $77.01

42 homes sold since the first of the year from $120,000 to $372,000 – Average Price per Sq. Ft. is $73.78 or .96 of asking price.

17 of the 42 homes were built in 2010 to 2012. Come and enjoy all the amenities that Eagle Springs has to offer, buy new or resale but visit this beautiful community.

Call Joanne Jester 281-844-4229 or http://www.joannejester.com/ for information.

 

Should I Buy a New Home or Resale Home

New Homes:

Buyers have the option to customize upfront.

Less maintenance due to new materials.

New homes are usually prewired for the latest technology.

New homes are built to be energy efficient.

Master suites tend to be larger as well as the kitchen.

Resale Homes:

The neighborhoods are established, homes may be custom & have more charm.

Landscaping is mature – shade trees are larger!

Buyers usually have more negotiation power.

Resale homes tend to have larger lots.

Schools and shopping are established.

Buyers, now is the time to buy, interest rates are low, inventory is good! Buying a resale or new contact Joanne Jester 281-844-4229 or www.joannejester.com

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