Downsizing is tough in the best of times, but for seniors who can no longer live comfortably in their old homes, downsizing can be an emotionally taxing process as well. These resources will help make downsizing easier for you or a senior loved one.
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With these tools, you can DIY your downsize rather than spending money you don't have on professional downsizing services. However, while a DIY downsize won't break the bank, it will take more time. Whether you're coordinating your own downsize or helping a senior loved one move to assisted living, make sure you give yourself plenty of time to declutter, organize, and stage before putting your house on the market. By utilizing these great tools and taking a slow and steady pace, you can get through your downsize with minimal stress.
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