When most people think about moving into a smaller home, they do so to remain independent. Fortunately, seniors today are living longer and healthier lives, making aging in place a reality for many in the 80-plus crowd. However, there are some things you should know and some resources you should have at your fingertips before you or your senior loved one to make a move to a smaller, forever home. Use these resources from Kantuckee to get started.
When The Time Is Right
No two seniors are alike, and your unique needs will determine whether it’s time to move. Here are some resources on how to downsize, along with information on home modifications, types of houses, and where to turn when you decide to start searching.
- 5 Must-Have Home Modifications for Seniors Aging in Place
- How to Help an Elderly Loved One Downsize
- Houses for Rent in Louisville
- What’s the Real Story Behind One vs. Two Story Homes
Purging The Clutter
After decades of living in one home, it can be tough to get rid of everything you hold dear. The links below can help you get organized.
- The 50 Best Storage Containers to Get Your House in Order
- Louisville House Cleaning
- Habitat for Humanity ReStore Donation Pick Up
Financial Resources For Seniors
When you are moving into a new home, even if it is smaller and less expensive than your current property, money matters should never be far from the forefront of your mind.
- Senior Citizens Can Be Successful at Getting Mortgages
- Home Care Financial Assistance and Payment Options
- 7 Sources of Home Repair Assistance for Seniors
- Senior Life Care Planning in Louisville, KY
Moving into a downsized property is exciting. It gives you an opportunity to experience life to the fullest without the constraints of having to manage a large estate. Follow these links, and you’ll be armed with information on how to make your move.