Moving to a new home offers a world of benefits for savvy seniors. It allows you to cash in on your existing home's equity, downsize to a more manageable residence, and find a place where you can spend time with loved ones and pursue your favorite hobbies. Here are some tips for choosing the perfect home for your needs.

Scout Out the Neighborhood

A home's location is every bit as important as its size, condition, and features — and sometimes, even more so. Consider these important criteria when exploring a potential city or neighborhood.

Five Ways to Gauge How Safe a Neighborhood Is for Seniors

Good Neighborhood or Big House? How to Choose What's Right for You

Good Neighborhoods for Aging — What Makes Them That Way (or Not)

Research Naples Home Values and Market Trends

Look for Senior-Friendly Housing

A property fit for seniors will accommodate varying levels of physical ability. Your ideal home will vary based on your unique needs and preferences, but there are some general guidelines for finding housing that will help seniors comfortably age in place. 

Senior-Friendly Ideas for Homes

How to Find Housing for a Person with Disabilities

Simple Changes for Making a Home Senior-Friendly

Everything You Need to Know About Mortgages

Contact Expert Realtor Michelle Thomas for All Your Home-Buying Needs 

Choose the Yard that's Right for You

Landscaping might be one of the great pleasures of home ownership, but it's important for seniors to take their skill sets and physical fitness levels into account when choosing a new home. 

Landscape Design for the Elderly: A Golden Plan for Aging in Place

What to Consider Before Adding a Wheelchair Ramp

Gardens For Senior Citizens: Creating An Easy Care Senior Garden

Hire Pros for Safety’s Sake

Whether you’re moving a few neighborhoods or several states away, don’t try to do the physical move by yourself. 

Top 8 Benefits of Hiring Professional Movers

How to Choose a Reliable Moving Company

How Much Does It Cost to Move?

How to Protect Your Belongings in a Storage Unit

Moving to a new home offers a world of possibilities for seniors who approach the decision with caution and patience. Start planning your move to take charge of this exciting new beginning. 


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