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What to Consider When Preparing, Planning for a Downsize

When it comes to downsizing, seniors can make the most of their retirement years by moving into a smaller home. While this can be a challenging task, it can be worth it in the long run. If you’re in the early stages of making this type of move yourself, you’re in luck. Mortgage rates are low, and two and three-bedroom homes are popping up in every market. Here are some things to know before you make the move. 

How to Approach Downsizing

10 Tips for Successful Downsizing in Retirement

11 Types of Senior Living Options

Consider Refinancing

How to Help an Elderly Loved One Downsize

Things to Do Before You Downsize Your Home

Costs to Consider

2020 Cost of Living Calculator

How Much House Can I Afford?

What Is the Average Cost of a Senior Independent Living Community?

How Much Does It Cost to Move?

What to Look for in a New Home

5 Things to Look for When Choosing a Home for Your Retirement Years
Building a Retirement Home for Aging in Place, the Home of Your Dreams
7 Advantages of Active Adult Retirement Communities

Aging in Place with Grace

5 Ways to Ensure an Easy Transition to a Retirement Home
Decorating Your Home After Downsizing to a Smaller Place
Home Automation for Seniors

When it’s time to navigate downsizing, you want to have as much information as possible to help make this process easier. There might be some bumps along the way, but remember, a smaller home can open the door to a more enjoyable retirement. So tap into these resources and others to set you on the right path. The more you know, the better prepared you’ll be and the more you’ll enjoy your scaled-down life.

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