Upgrade your life, wallet and time by downsizing to a smaller home

Here's what to look for when you buy a smaller home.

Here’s what to look for when you buy a smaller home. (Photo: Schell Brothers)

Downsizing to a smaller home is often associated with reduced space and fewer belongings. While it may not be the perfect choice for everyone, the “less is more” philosophy can mean an improved home life for many Americans. In fact, downsizing can be an opportunity to secure key upgrades and benefits in a brand-new home and community.

Schell Brothers, a leading home construction company based in Delaware and Virginia, offers a variety of properties that cater to retired homebuyers who want to downsize their house but upgrade their lifestyle options. Making the right move can save retirees time and money — and help them enjoy living life to the fullest.

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