Is it time to move to a larger or smaller space? Whether choosing to move now or later, you should start asking the right questions today.
Here’s how to tell if you should move to a larger space:
- You need to make room for aging parents or relatives who cannot afford to age in place or an elder care facility
- You must make room for returning children
- Your home is overflowing with furniture and miscellaneous items that have no place to go
- You are running out of storage space
How to tell if you should move to a smaller space:
- You or your partner has health complications that are not suited for the current layout of your residence
- The thought of caring for your yard, multiple bedrooms, or general upkeep seems stressful
- Moving could save you money in retirement
- Your home has lots of space that is never used
A few other factors to consider before deciding to rightsize:
- You’ve decided to move closer to children or grandchildren to make new memories with family
- As your wants and wishes change, your neighborhood may no longer provide what you need
- Your home no longer appeals to you and you are not in the position to nor desire to remodel
- Selling your home could yield exponential financial benefits
Rightsizing can be new, exciting, and in some cases frightening. Considering the tips on this list can give you a great head start. Your next best option is to contact a Seniors Real Estate Specialist who will help you work out a plan of action and time frame best suited to your needs.
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Source: Lisa Haskell, Owner of Caring Transitions Click here to contact them.