Are you buying a new home for you and your family, and you do not how to make the house you purchased a HOME! Well, I am going to give a couple of improvements you make to your new home in hope it makes it feel more cozy, and comfortable. First, you are going to want to make sure you clean the home before you move in, that might seem silly, but you do not actually know who came into the property before you came in, and just getting a touch in cleaning before you start bringing furniture will really improve the way you first feel in your new home! Do not forget to get the carpets shampooed! Before you actually start moving your furniture in, think about what you would like to see in your home once all your furniture is there. That might be something as simple as painting the wall, or maybe a little more complicated things, like redoing the flooring, or changing all the cabinets. Have your realtor set you up with a handyman that can give you some advice on how to improve the property, and help give you some ideas to improve your property! Try doing that before you have all your furniture in the home, so it will make things easier when you are moving, and you will not have a couch in your way while painting the living room. Once you have made all the improvements to the inside, start thinking about how you would like to set up your home. Start thinking about things like what furniture you will need to purchase, or new appliances you will want to have in the home. Having a plan before you start bringing furniture into the home will really make the moving process we all dread, a breeze. Not only will you want to think about the couches and the giant entertainment center you will be bringing, think about the picture frames, and wall nic-naks that will also be brought to the new house. After you have thought about the inside, think about the outside. If you have a big back yard, what are you going to do back there? Think about a garden or a pool if your yard is big enough. If you have kids, you might want to think about making an area for the kids, getting a sandbox, or a trampoline to get them busy during the days will really improve your home, and make it feel more like a home! Moving right along to the front yard, something as simple as adding plant to your walk ways, or grass can really make your house feel like a home. Every day you will want to come to a house that you love looking at, we all do. If it looks blah out front, it will make you feel like the entire house is blah. Making your house a home will take time, it will not happen overnight, be patient and take your time.