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Downsizing? Isn't That For Old Folks?

Downsizing isn't just for old folks. Downsizing is for anyone looking to simplify life and pursue a different lifestyle.

Are you nearing retirement? Are you a young family considering adding more travel to your lifestyle? Are you dreaming of spending more time visiting family and friends or discovering new places? It’s important to consider how these lifestyle changes might affect your current way of life.

And How Might These Changes Affect Your Home?

Downsizing might be the answer. If you are seeking to focus on a new way of living, it might be time to consider a new residence.

Take Inventory: What Do You Really Need in a Home?

For many folks seeking a lifestyle change, finding a low-maintenance home in a good location is key.

A desirable location varies considerably among homeowners. Some may prefer an urban location near airports for easy travel and access to big-city amenities, while others may prefer the solitude of a country cottage.

Townhomes or condominiums present great opportunities for a low-maintenance lifestyle while retirees might consider 55-plus active communities to provide security, social events, and carefree living.

Consider Your Equity

If you have owned your home for a while, you may have significant equity in the property. Using your equity to buy a smaller home with a smaller payment can provide stability and more financial freedom.

Let’s talk and determine the best course of action for you. If it’s time to downsize, I can help you sell your current home and lead you as you buy your next one and embark on an exciting new journey

Bottom Line

If you are contemplating retirement or simply considering a change of lifestyle, your housing needs may be shifting. Let’s review your dreams and make them come true! Call me today! (206) 999-5599

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Content by Remington Crispeno Team Seattle Realtors

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