Consider Your New Home’s Walk Score

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Considering Your Home’s “Walk Score”

Shopping for a new home is no easy task, and there are so many things to consider in making your choice. Things like size, taxes, schools, and even the how far things are. It’s important to walk around the neighborhood and take notice of how far things are. No one wants to be needing milk and having to drive 20 minutes if you can help it!

This idea is called your home’s “walk score” and it can make or break your decision to buy a house. A walk score is ranked on a scale of 0-100 with the top scores of 90-100 meaning that a car is not required to complete most daily errands and the lowest scores of 0-24 meaning that you will be almost completely dependent on your car or public transportation. 

The Walk Score is something I never considered when we bought our home, and there are things that a bit further than I had hoped!

Check out how some of the most classic homes in American history did on their walk score here. You will be surprised! 

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