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Selling Your House During an Economic Downturn

This article was contributed by Diane Krause. For the last few years, many homeowners have been keeping an eye on the real estate market and waiting for signs of improvement before considering a move. Newspaper headlines and TV reports scream doom and gloom but that data is generally compiled from broad regional and national markets and doesn’t always consider your local real estate market. There are many areas in which homes that are priced right and show well are selling [...]

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A Professional in Real Estate Finds Assistance When Making the Move

A Professional in Real Estate Finds Assistance When Making the Move
The process of downsizing and selling the family home is often overwhelming, even for those with a background in the moving industry. A real estate broker for 25 years, Carol Fine, and her husband,[...]

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Living Senior: A Couple Downsizing Turns to a Real Estate Specialist

Living Senior: A Couple Downsizing Turns to a Real Estate Specialist
In 1945 Frank and Sally Capozzoli met at a party to celebrate the end of World War II. Frank was in the Navy and Sally was working in Hatboro in an airplane factory. They were married in 1946 and[...]

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Maintaining a Great Friendship: Moving to a Retirement Community

Maintaining relationships and social contact has always been extremely important to Lee Hughlett, so it is no surprise that she found a friend in the process of selling her home. Over the years,[...]

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Musical and Life Partners

Musical and Life Partners
It was their mutual passion for Old Time music - the traditional music of Southern Appalachia - that brought William and Frances "Fritzi" Wisdom together at a square dance one evening. Bill, who[...]

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Creating a Warm and Inviting Home

Creating a Warm and Inviting Home
Frances Jansen is no stranger to making transitions. During World War II, she moved from rural Kansas to Washington D.C. to work for the government in 1943. Years later, after her husband was[...]

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The Right Moves

The Right Moves
No matter one's age, moving and downsizing are two of life's most arduous processes. Just ask Carmen Cullen and Marion Goldstein: these two caring and active women, as well as their loved ones, knew[...]

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Two Volunteers Find the Help They Need

Two Volunteers Find the Help They Need
"I guess it's in the DNA," Diane Boynton said with a laugh. "We just keep on teaching." As a former first grade teacher, Diane, and her husband John currently volunteer for a local's school's[...]

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Elder Law: A Shoulder to Lean On

Elder Law: A Shoulder to Lean On
Linda Loope's hard working mother, Hilda, never wanted anyone to worry about her. Born in Montgomery County, Hilda grew up during the Depression, during which her family often changed locations. [...]

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