It’s common for empty nesters to consider downsizing now that fewer people live in the home.
Even if your mortgage is completely paid off, downsizing can save you a lot of money in property taxes, insurance, and maintenance. Suppose you’ve found yourself in a situation where you’ve decided it’s time to downsize. In that case, you should be excited about the fantastic opportunities you will create in this new chapter of your life.
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When you have children, there will come a time in their life when they decide to leave the nest and go out on their own. The years of non-stop traffic of kids through the house, toys and other belongings on the floors, and loud music blaring from their rooms have come to an end. Your home is filled with pictures and memories of their childhood and the highlights of your life. However, now that they’re gone, you have empty rooms and more space than you know what to do with.
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