Making housing decisions as a Senior can be a stressful venture. Some common questions I hear from my Senior clients:
"Is it time to scale down?"
"What will it cost?"
"How much is my current house worth?"
"Should I buy a condominium, a smaller house, or move into an apartment or Senior Living Center?"
"How do I move all of this stuff to my new place?"
"How long will it take?"
"What do I need to do to get my house ready for the market? Should I renovate the kitchen, paint or get new carpet?"
"I'm not sure I will like the layout of a condo, does it feel like a house?"
"I'm not sure if I'm ready!"
The good news is, I am a Certified Seniors Real Estate Specialist. With this training and my experience helping many Seniors, from Baby Boomers on up, I can help you or your loved ones work through the answers to these questions. Often, the decision making is a several year process. Sometimes, after receiving all of the facts, my clients decide NOT to move. Sometimes, they move and exclaim, "I wish I would have done this years ago!"
If you are a Senior and are beginning to have thoughts of moving, give me a ring. I would love to sit down with you and your family to discuss your options. You will be empowered with the facts you need to make the best decision for YOU.