Carolyn and Tom were retirees who lived for many years in the home they loved. But then Carolyn had a health issue which made climbing stairs to the bedroom very hard on her.

Reluctantly the couple decided they had to find their “final home” where they could live comfortably and safely. Tom and Carolyn were lucky; Carolyn’s condition was not dire, so they had some time to look around and plan.

But I’ve seen heartbreaking situations where retirees are forced into a move–or their children must get involved.

I don’t know what your personal situation is, or that of your family members, but I encourage you to think a few years ahead of wherever you are now.

If you want to end up near friends and family, what steps must you take to make that happen? What capital gains must you consider?

I offer a free 30-minute brainstorming session to all my clients and referred friends to help you think through some of these difficult questions. There’s no obligation, and you don’t have to be in the home-selling market right now. This would be a “real estate road map” session to help you think ahead.

If that sounds good, let’s talk. Call me today, (314) 753-3552.