It’s quite common at some point in life we think of downsizing our home. Kids are away for College, you’re tired of suburban life perhaps and maybe desperate for some city action. Selling your home and buying a smaller patio home or a condo then might be some of your options. However, it is important to note that downsizing is not only a physically change in the size of your home but it is also an emotional change and takes some time to adjust, some people take longer than others.
I stumbled upon this great article in news-press.com titled: “Changes to smaller home make downsizing easier” by Gannett for some great word of wisdom and tips about the art of downsizing. Here’s a sneak peek:
“Downsizing from your family home to one that’s smaller and easier to care for is a great idea once the nest is empty and you’re sure you don’t need as much space. Still, moving from a home with lots of large rooms to one with fewer, smaller ones can take some getting used to. If you’re buying the smaller house, you don’t have to settle for cramped rooms and too few closets. It’s fairly simple to knock out a couple of walls, make a bathroom bigger, add a closet or two or combine two small rooms into one of a grander scale.” Read full article in news-press.com.