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March 8, 2020

Your family home has served you well. It’s been the site of many Thanksgiving dinners, birthday parties, and summer barbecues. It’s where your kids learned to take their first steps, laughed until they cried, and spent many nights studying for the next big test. Read More

March 8, 2020

As your lifestyle evolves, so should your home. Maybe you’ve outgrown your current home and need something bigger. You may need more room for the kids, more storage space or a bigger yard. Or, maybe you’re just looking for a more modern version of what you already have (or smaller) with less maintenance and better amenities. Read More

November 4, 2019

If you’re retired or are approaching retirement age, you’ve undoubtedly seen quite a few advertisements about reverse mortgages. Perhaps you’ve been thinking about whether it would be a good idea for you to access some of your equity to use toward everyday bills. Read More

September 13, 2019

Downsizing can be an emotional, yet practical, step after your kids have moved into their own places. You no longer need all of the space in your large family home, so it’s smart to move into something more manageable. Read More

July 29, 2019

There are a lot of people that will tell you downsizing is more hassle than it’s worth. You’re forced to go through your belongings and get rid of the things that won’t fit in the new place. You have to shop for a new home and deal with the stress of moving. What if we told you it doesn’t have to be this way? Read More

July 8, 2019

Downsizing can be a very emotional topic. You’re thinking about leaving behind the home that your family has made memories in. At the same time, a smaller home could have plenty of advantages. Read More

May 20, 2019

When you buy a family home, you’re buying for the benefit of everyone in your family. But when you downsize, you want a home specifically for your own dreams and ambitions. Downsizing doesn’t mean getting a less quality home, it just means getting a better-suited home for your current needs. Needs that are different from what you had the last time you bought a house. Read More