Having a foyer, formal dining room, or breakfast nook may be nice but if you rarely use these features, they’ll end up hijacking extra space in your home and wallet. So, if you’re thinking about putting money away for retirement, or are just tired of paying for more home than you use; selling your current … Continued

If you’re unsure of how much square footage you’re going to need in your new home, you’re not alone! This is a common concern and we may have the answers for you. No one wants to pay for space they don’t use or that isn’t functional for their needs. So, when it comes to choosing … Continued

The entryway is the first place guests see when they enter your home, and the last when they leave. Because this area gets a lot of traffic, you want it to feel tidy, spacious and functional. Here are some great ideas on how to get your entryway working to its full potential.

If you’re a homeowner looking to downsize, you’ll need to explore your mortgage options from old house to new home. But what are your choices if you’re already locked into your current mortgage? Porting might be the perfect option for you. 

If you’re considering downsizing after retirement, then you are already aware of the advantages in choosing a low-maintenance condo. Less to clean, a smaller mortgage, reduced bills, no yard work, and much more. But did you know one of the major perks of downsizing to a condo is the lock-and-leave lifestyle that comes with it? 

Whether you’ve outgrown the family house or it has outgrown you, most homeowners don’t stay in the same spot forever. Eventually, it will be time to downsize, upgrade or move closer to loved ones. As an established homeowner, you have the wonderful advantage of being able to use your existing home equity to put towards … Continued

So you’ve decided to downsize to a condominium. You’ve decluttered as best you can, getting rid of things you no longer need. That being said, you still want certain things in your new place. The obvious question is: can I still have everything I want in my kitchen? So while at 12-person dining room table … Continued

It’s a common conversation. Children have scattered far and wide, retirement is on the horizon, life seems to simultaneously slow down and become busier as visits with friends and family become more routine. Is it time to downsize? Condo living offers the best of both worlds; a new home that’s better suited to your new … Continued

As children move out and lifestyles evolve, most soon-to-be retirees will have a conversation about downsizing. The desire for low-maintenance living beckons. Flexibility and freedom become priorities. While some may turn to renting as they move into retirement, there’s a case to be made for buying new, and it’s worth some serious consideration. Here are … Continued

The opportunity to downsize is an exciting one. Think about it: less cleaning, less maintenance and, let’s not forget, the many financial benefits. But downsizing doesn’t simply mean packing up the old family home. There’s a mortgage that goes with it and there are a few key decisions that need to be made along the … Continued