Why Buying a Smaller Home Might Be Better

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Have you thought of downsizing your home in California? Sometimes downsizing can be a big step before retirement. As you read this post, it is important to prepare for retirement, and real estate is a great way. If you are purchasing your first home or an additional home, smaller might be better, and Jaymi Naciri has some great reasons why within Realty Times.

The number 1 reason to downgrade is to get a smaller mortgage. What is a better way to save for retirement than to save money on your home? With a smaller home, you will also have smaller property taxes and lower utility bills. You can put all of this saved money towards retirement or having new adventures.

Another reason is one’s age. As you get closer to retirement age, you want to focus less on your home and maintaining it, and more on creating memories and having fun. With a smaller home, you will have less maintenance and less area to clean and organize.

Some people are concerned with status and the notion that a larger home will be more impressive, but with a smaller home, you have the opportunity to prove that quality is better than quantity by showcasing less more effectively.

Smaller homes are becoming trendy. Most new homes are being built smaller, but with more open spaces and optimized living areas. With these new home designs, it is easy to downsize without much sacrifice.

When you are ready to buy or sell your home, we at Haylen Group are here to help you with all of your real estate needs! If you are unsure what your options are, call Helen Chong at (408) 800-LIST or email at Helen@HaylenGroup.com. You can also visit us at our website for available listings and additional information.

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