Well, hard to tell, but in general having just bought (I we do not know what just means, 3 months ago, 6 months ago, yesterday, 2 years ago) so hard for us to give you any idea.
But in general one should wait several years before selling a property one has just bought, because
you pay closing costs when you buy, you pay closing costs when you sell, and you have no equity accumulated in the home. Furthermore depending on when you bought and the area itself, the
values may have come down on top of it...
So in order to sell you may need to sell for less than what you owe, and come up with the difference at the closing table including closing costs!
And then where will you go, will you rent will you buy.....
Your personal and financial circumstances and reasons for wanting to sell are very important and
should be discussed in detail with a good local Realtor and your lender to see what the numbers
will tell you.
Good Luck to you, if you need recommendations for a good local Realtor let me know. Gladly send
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