Experts agree: grow into your new Eichler
space—and let time bring timeless results
Buying a home is like no other purchase in life. It's not like buying a boat, where rueful predecessors have labeled the 'buy date' as the last good day before the 'sell date.'
Your home is an acquisition to shield you from the elements, but it's also much more. It's a blank slate, almost literally a new lease on life, especially when you buy mid-century modern. It's a place to live and to be comfortable being you.
As such, many homeowners are tempted to seize this new slate and, well, immediately scribble on it without considering all the possibilities.
"I usually recommend, 'Live in it six months or a year first,'" said...