Partner With Your Realtor To Find The Best Education For Your Child

Partner With Your Realtor To Find The Best Education For Your Child

Partner With Your Realtor To Find The Best Education For Your Child

by Beth Caudill
Make the Move Team

There are plenty of factors to consider when searching for a new home. Some of the big ones include lot location and size, price, layout, the neighborhood it’s in, and if it has the right amenities to fit your lifestyle. But when you’re a parent, or you plan to start a family soon, nothing trumps how the move will impact your children and their education.

Parents want to send their kids to the best schools. But knowing what schools those are or which neighborhoods feed into the right school district can be overwhelming regardless of whether you’re new to the area or you’re hopping from one side of town to the other. For example: maybe they want their kids to be in Denton ISD or nearby Lake Dallas. Perhaps they heard great things about Hawk Elementary, but don’t know if they can trust the source.

As a parent of now two grown boys who moved plenty of times and has always wanted to set my boys up for future success, I can empathize. So as a realtor, I’m always asking myself, “How can I help this family?”

Never overlook the benefits of partnering with your realtor to find the best education for your child. We may not be picking the school district for you, but because we know the lay of the land, we can make suggestions for public and private schools, refer you to contacts we have at certain schools who can answer more pressing questions, and even give you websites ( is a prime example) to find additional information such as:

  • Which school districts are ranked among the best in the state
  • Which schools are considered the best and why
  • The benefits and differences between public and private schools

Anyone who knows me will tell you that kids are a big deal to me – whether it’s my children or anyone else’s. So it makes sense that I would put their education at the top of any list. To that end, I also look for ways to help the teachers at whichever school you choose. We can all think back to a teacher in our lives who made a difference, and I’m always looking for ways to give back. Pens, pencils, construction paper, and other supplies are just a few small things that teachers need all the time.

Not only will it help the teachers, but it will help your children, also.

If you have any questions when it comes to real estate, education, or anything else that has to do with the Lake Cities or surrounding communities, give my team: Make The Move Team at eXp Realty or give me a call. We will have your back at all times.

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