Tips and Tricks to Make Downsizing Easier (And More Lucrative) for Seniors

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Have you wondered if downsizing your home could be a smart financial move? Maybe you’re already planning to downsize and you want to make sure it pays off. Downsizing definitely has the potential to be a smart move financially, but how you downsize makes all the difference. That’s why we’ve gathered these resources to help point you in the right direction.

 

The Dos (And Don’ts) of Downsizing

 

The Best Places to Retire in 2020

Avoid the Downsides of Downsizing in Retirement

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What Seniors Should Look for While Apartment Hunting

Knowing When It May Be Time for Assisted Living

 

How to Make a Money-Smart Move

 

We Downsized Our House So We Could Travel the World

Why Downsizing Your Home Can Save You Money

Are Condos Worth It?

How Much Does It Cost To Move?

Downsizing? Make Some Money Selling Your Stuff

 

Handling the Logistics and Emotional Side of Downsizing

 

10 Proactive Tips for Seniors Planning to Sell Their Home

How to Help Your Parents Downsize Without Losing Your Mind

Downsizing: Overcoming the Emotions

10 Ways to Help Elderly Parents Transition to Assisted Living

Senior Living: Decorating a Lovely Apartment for Aging Parents

Making the decision to downsize is the first step toward gaining more financial freedom in retirement. That doesn’t mean it’s always easy, though. The emotional and logistic issues come with the territory, so don’t worry if you feel a little overwhelmed. Once you’ve made the move and get settled in, you’ll be living larger than ever – even in a smaller home.

Article by Andrea Needham on eldersday.org

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