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When 83-year-old Ann Kelley fell and broke her ankle last year, she decided to put her condo up for sale. She had lived in the condo for nearly 15 years. Although she liked living there and had friendly neighbors, Kelley's fall was the catalyst to making the move.
"That was the final decision," said Kelley, who had already been mulling over moving to a senior citizens community. "I just felt it was time."
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Do you need helpful tips for downsizing? Many adults are interested in moving to a condo downtown when they  retire, but they need to get rid of a lot of personal possessions before they can move. Often they’ve lived in the same house for decades and have accumulated tons of stuff.
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Caring Transitions is America’s largest resource specializing in organizing and managing senior relocations, downsizing a parents home, liquidation of belongings and estate sales for seniors who are moving to a smaller home, back in with their children, or into a senior living community or similar life transition. 
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Caring Transitions is America’s largest resource specializing in organizing and managing senior relocations, downsizing a parents home, liquidation of belongings and estate sales for seniors who are moving to a smaller home, back in with their children, or into a senior living community or similar life transition.  In addition to organizing, packing and overseeing a move, Caring Transitions of Greater Boston can handle on-site and online estate sales, junk removal and clean-out, and preparing homes for market.
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Whether you’ve recently undergone a change in lifestyle or your interest has been piqued by the recent trend toward smaller homes and more efficient living, you may be considering a move to a smaller home. There are many benefits to “living smaller,” including:
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And whether it’s being done due to the death of parents, moving them or yourself to an assisted living facility or a condo, divorce, empty nest or other causes, more and more people are trying to divest themselves of the accumulated “stuff” of a lifetime in parents’ homes or their own.
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