Thinking Of Downsizing Without Cramping Your Style

Dated: 09/21/2017

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The National Association of Realtors states that today’s average home size is 2300 square feet, but in 1950 the average home was only 1000 square feet and families were bigger back then. Moving into a smaller home may feel like a step down but look at the upside.

What are your reasons?

  • About to Retire

  • Getting a Divorce

  • Tired of Maintaining a Big Space

  • Desire to Change Your Lifestyle

Whatever the reason you will reduce expenses, free up lots of spare time or just simply fulfill a long ago wish to live in the city, country, by the beach: you fill in the blank. Downsizing is in. Less can be More.! Sit down with your favorite realtor and go over the details.

Checkout this amazing home in Upper Grandview New York with breathtaking views of the Hudson River as well as the Tappan Zee Bridge.

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Donna Podesta

I am an experienced Realtor working in the Greater Hudson Valley Region which includes both Rockland and Orange County. My goal is to make my client's real estate experience a happy one. Because succe....

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