Tired of weekends spent mowing the lawn and performing other routine maintenance on your home? Has it become more difficult for you or your spouse to navigate the stairs in your home safely? Are you worried about being targeted by scammers or thieves?
If that 2,000 square-foot home you once considered your castle has become more of a burden than a joy, it’s time to explore your downsizing options.
Learn the secrets of downsizing with this full-length, feature presentation of the 2015 Upside of Downsizing Conference. Meet Mary Spann, Founder and President of Upside of Downsizing®, as she discusses the importance of knowing when to downsize, and walks viewers through her own personal experience with downsizing.
This amazing, 96-minute video features presentations from top industry professionals who shared their best tips and tools for downsizing at a live conference, held April 25, 2015 in Vancouver, WA. Presenters featured in the video include:
- John Blom – As the managing broker for The Hasson Company’s Vancouver office, John has closed over $35 million in residential real estate in the last five years. A significant portion of his business comes from retirees moving to SW Washington from Oregon and California. Blom offers viewers an inside look at the current state of the real estate market and what that means for Boomers and Seniors who are in the process of downsizing.
- Ruth Chancellor – An interior designer and home stager, Chancellor has successfully assisted her clients with creating the kind of atmosphere homebuyers are seeking. Savvy styling and smart marketing combined will help sell a home faster, and Chancellor walks viewers through some of the most effective ways to showcase their home’s best assets.
- Shemaya Blauer – A counselor and geriatric care manager, Blauer is passionate and committed to helping her clients to achieve remarkable results. She applies a personal touch to each individual situation, helping her clients to find the right downsizing solution. Whether that solution involves moving to a retirement community, or a condominium where all routine maintenance is performed for residents, Blauer explains to viewers why involving a counselor or geriatric care manager can make the downsizing process easier.
- John Boylston – An estate planning attorney, Boylston explains to viewers the services estate attorneys are able to provide clients and when to get an estate attorney involved. Estate attorneys are responsible for assisting clients with creating wills and trusts and other planning documents associated with end-of-life care.
Get your copy today to help with planning your own adventure in downsizing. Total run time is 94 minutes.