The Senior Homeowner's Housing Dilemma: Stay or Move?
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Author and Realtor Bruce M. Wrisley writes about the question homeowners and renters alike will face as they experience the changes taking place with aging. While the majority of us tend to put off making a decision, most agree that it is best to make the decision with all options open.
From the website: The purpose of this book is to assist Seniors who own a single family home or a condominium. There comes a time in life when a Senior homeowner has to decide whether to stay in thier home for the rest of their lives or to sell and move to a different style of living and possibly to a different location. The tendency for Seniors is to "put off" thinking about this decision, i.e., "we will do it later." But today we are living longer and the probablity is that at sometime in the future we are going to have to sell and move. Also, unexpected incidents do happen that require fast decisions.
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