IGN’s editors and writers get together with the experts at home, kitchen, and garage.
How do they decide what to buy?
What are the most important considerations for a home?
And finally, how can we find the best room for the right price?
Find out how they do it.
The ExpertsHome and kitchenThe most important consideration for a house is whether you’ll want to live in it, and you’ll need to make a decision as soon as you move in.
Here’s what we think you need to know about whether you want to buy your first home:How much money should you spend on your home?
How much will you save on mortgage payments?
What’s the best place to live?
How much should you save for a down payment?
What should you do if you’re considering a downpayment?
How will you pay for a new home?
What about down payments?
How long will it take to get your home built?
Is there a specific home you’d like to buy right now?
What should you pay upfront for?
How can you avoid a “big move” and keep your home in your family?
What are the best ways to get rid of clutter and get rid the stress of having to move?
What can I expect when I move in?
Where can I store all my things?
What kind of storage options will my new home offer?
How often will I be able to clean my home?
What kinds of maintenance will my home require?
What will I pay for?
Where will I live?
What happens if I move out?
What about my security?
How do I store a pet?
How does a new family deal with pets?
How to get the most out of a home remodel?
What is a “good place to store” for a condo?
How about a home theater?
How many people can live in a house?
How big should a house be?
What types of space do I want for a family?
How easy will it be to move out of my house?
How will my family live?
Where do I find a new place to buy a home and renovate it?
Where to buy an apartment?
How can I pay my mortgage?
How safe will a new condo be?
Where does a home fit in with my lifestyle?
How would I use a new house for my pets?
What would I pay if I were to move to a city that didn’t have a lot of housing options?
How could I get a loan from a bank?
How hard would it be for me to move away from my home to a new city?
Where should I go to get a job?
What if I want to work at home?
How close would it get to home?
Where would I be willing to live if I moved?
How important is it to have a dog?
How well do I know the city?
What options do I have?
What sort of housing will be available?
What type of jobs will be the best?
What could I do if I was in a big job?
How far away will it get from home?
Will a new job make a big difference?
How old would I need to be to afford a new apartment?
How large would a home be?
How good would a place be for my family to live together?
How comfortable is it for my kids to live with me?
How smart would I have to be?
Will I be ready for the commute?
How soon will I need a home loan?
How likely is it that I will need to move after I move?
Will my family need to get married or get divorced?
Will we have to move for health reasons?
What might happen if I’m out of work for more than a few months?
What does the average commute look like for a typical working person?
How expensive is a new mortgage?
How do I pay off a home mortgage?
What makes a home worth buying?
What to do if a family member gets sick and you need care?
How I would move if I lived in a new neighborhood.
What can a family do if one parent dies?
How quickly can a house move?
How fast can a car move?
When would I like to move back to a neighborhood?
What do I need for a move-in date?
What tools would I want?
What insurance would I require?
How quick is it going to be for a real estate agent to move into a new town?
How might I move if my parents get divorced and my mother dies?
What steps would I take to prepare for a big move?
Where might I go for help if I have a disability?
What skills will I have when I get back to my hometown?
What hobbies would I enjoy when I’m back in town?
What new places would I visit if I had to?
How worried would I feel if my house suddenly sold?
How serious is it when a big house gets demolished?
How complicated is it dealing with moving debris?
What factors would