Falling in love with someone is one of the best feelings to ever experience. After dating for a while, some couples opt to take things a step further and move in together. Though some couples choose to wait until marriage, others think that moving in together prior to is a great way to test the waters when it comes to cohabitation. Sure, moving in together can be exciting, but are you sure this is what's best? Before you answer, be sure you've checked your list of questions to ask before moving in with a significant other.
After living with roommates throughout my entire collegiate career, I learned that there are certain ways that I like things and certain things I'm not willing to compromise on. Now that I've been living by myself for many years, I've gotten used to the way things are, and I'm still not sure if I'm ready to compromise by living with a significant other. Though the experience can be a predictor of a long-time union, it can also make you realize that they are actually not the one for you. Men and women are totally different in many ways, and by living with your significant other, you'll find out if those differences are things that you can deal with or not. I know that I'm not one that likes a messy or dirty home, so if my spouse moves in and isn't the same, there's no way that I can deal with that.
If you're planning to lock in a new abode with your significant other soon and aren't sure of what questions you should be asking, these nine will help you get on your way.