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5 Tips to Keep Valuables Safe While Showing Your Home

If you’re selling a home, showings and open house events will most likely be an integral part of the process. It’s a little scary thinking about strangers walking through your home but rest assured that the majority of the people who tour the home are simply potential buyers who are genuinely interested in the house […]

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The Ultimate Guide to Downsizing Provides Boomers and Seniors With a Roadmap for Moves

The authors of The Ultimate Guide to Downsizing hope to make these moves, which can be overwhelming and emotional for many, a little less daunting. Each chapter provides tools and strategies to help boomers, seniors and children of aging parents implement a successful move, along with real-life anecdotes and motivational quotes. In addition, the appendix […]

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Your Smartphone Can Help Save Your Life

The features of Smartphones are changing all the time.  One of the newer and lesser known features of the iPhone is the ability to add your health information so that it is accessible in case of emergency. Instead of having to wear a medical ID bracelet, you can input all of your medical conditions and […]

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Your Guide to Property Tax Exemptions for Seniors in Texas

Property Tax exemptions can save you a good chunk of money.  In Texas, there are several types of exemptions that can help seniors.  Let’s take a look at what is available to those 65 & older. Homestead Exemption: Residence homeowners of any age are allowed a $25,000 homestead exemption from their home’s value for school […]

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10 Ways to Fall Proof Your Home

According to the CDC, falls are the leading cause of both fatal and non-fatal injuries among older adults. About 1 in 3 seniors falls each year.  Many of these falls could be prevented by doing a few simple things to make our homes more “fall proof.”  Here are a few things you can do: 1.  […]

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