When their children have left home, or retirement is nearing, many homeowners begin to think about at their options for the next chapter in their lives. What kind of lifestyle do you want to lead? Do you want to be in the middle of all the action in a condo downtown, or would you prefer a more tranquil setting in a cozy cottage by the lake?

Vancouver Seniors Downsizing Service - Westside Downsizing Expert

Where Do You Go From Here?

Downsizing to a smaller or different type of home can be an appealing option for many people who are looking for a lower-maintenance lifestyle or smaller space. For some, it may be preferable to transition into an active retirement community or assisted living facility where daily needs such as meals and cleaning are taken care of by a helpful on-site staff.


One-Stop Downsizing Service for Vancouver Seniors

As Vancouver’s Westside downsizing expert, I recently hosted an informational seminar at Crofton Manor in Kerrisdale to discuss the downsizing process and resources available for those wishing to make a change. We discussed the aspects involved in downsizing or right-sizing, including: assessing your specific needs and lifestyle preferences, taking healthcare, financial, and legal requirements into consideration, preparing your home for sale, and finding a new home. I also partner with Professional Organizer Linda Chu on decluttering and logistics to offer a one-stop resource downsizing.

Seniors Downsizing Seminar Vancouver

Have Questions About Downsizing?

There are many steps and considerations involved in downsizing. I am here to help guide you to the best option for your specific needs and preferences. If you are thinking about downsizing, please give me a call at (604) 910-7777. I’d be glad to discuss the range of options available to you and provide you with all the resources you need to ensure a smooth transition from where you are now to the next chapter of your story.

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Selling your home must be done with careful consideration and planning. This is not just a simple deal you can conclude in a matter of minutes, but rather an important task you must pay due attention to. This is especially the case when selling your home occurs at the same time of moving into a new one. You will need extra money to equip the new place and turn it into the dwelling you desire.


That is why finding ways to boost the value of your home is so important. Long gone are the times when you could just put up an house for sale, hire a cleaning service and expect a buyer to fall in love with the place. When people are buying a new home, they are looking for quality and features that please them. So in order to make the best deal out of your home, you have to look into certain projects and see to it that you implement them. Every piece of advice that a real estate consultant ( Michael Tudorie)  gives is aimed at making your home better in the eyes of the prospective buyer so that you can make more money:


-          Curb appeal - starting from the outside of your home, you should look into ways of making your home more attractive. After all, first impressions are important and so are tasks like patio cleaning and maintenance. If you have a garden, know that it can add great value, but only if it is well looked after. This means making sure that there is not any clutter and that the place is clean.

-          Interior paint - moving onto the interior of your home, it is time to look at the walls. What you need to consider is that keeping the tones and paint neutral goes a long way into winning a prospective buyer. One of the worst things you can do is leave wallpaper on the walls. Even if it is perfect shape, chances are that it will do more harm than good in terms of impression and so it is best to just remove it and introduce muted and neutral color - you cannot go wrong with white. Just remember to give your home a thorough domestic cleaning, as that is one project known to cause some mess.

-          Upgrade your kitchen - one of the rooms that are most important to buyers is the kitchen. It is an area of the home that is visited daily and for this reason people want to have good design and modern features there. A complete remodel might be in order, if your kitchen is outdated and designed poorly. People will be willing to pay extra for a kitchen that is equipped with modern appliances and has convenient design. Do consider that everyone is after easy kitchen cleaning and convenience, so make sure you get that going when you renovate this part of your home.

-          Upgrade your bathroom - another room that is of great importance to buyers is the bathroom. You can expect a good return of investment (ROI), if you take out of your resources to make the bathroom truly pleasing. Try to work with the space you have: it is better to have freedom to move around than take up everything with a large tub. Install new tiles, if the old ones are in bad shape and you will have yourself a room of your home that can truly boost its value.


Implementing each of these projects in your home goes a long way in making it more appealing to buyers on the Vancouver real estate market. Secure the best deal by implementing some or all of these projects.


Contact Michael for a consultation on how to make your home more saleable and for any resources you may need to achieve the highest price on any market.  

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When you decide to renovate your home so that you can live there even after your retirement, you should think how to make it comfortable and accessible. Aging in place is important because elderly people are not normally able to adapt to changes and they need serenity and good care to feel at home. Consider the fact that you may need some services such as domestic cleaning and visiting nurse service.


Many of the features that you will need to change while renovating should be suitable for all ages. The term used more often to describe this is called universal design.


Consider the way a home shapes your life and the various challenges associated with aging. The important thing is to feel comfortable no matter how old you are. As we age, our bodies and capabilities change so we must keep in mind the mandatory features in the list of renovation projects. Don’t forget the cleaning during and after the renovation – it will be useful to keep the place relatively tidy and clean through the process so you don’t lose sight of your progress.


The main things to consider for your future safety in your home are some changes in your health and body that may need special attention. Think about your vision – could a diminishing eye sight hinder your day-to-day life? Are there unreachable areas in your home if you are required to use a wheelchair? If your muscles are weakened by arthritis or other conditions – would you be capable to open doors with cabinet handles or doorknobs? There is a danger of falling, slipping, or tripping and it is not only for the elderly people – think about what type of tiles you’ll need to choose and if your furniture is placed in a convenient spot. Keep in mind that the basic tasks will become more difficult to execute with time so you should think how to reduce the effort of home cleaning and maintenance.


Make sure that the changes you make to your house will be convenient for all ages and will stand the test of time. For example, letting more natural light in will make it easier to see what you are doing and where you are stepping so to avoid accidents. Replacing the kitchen cabinets with drawers and pull-out shelves will help you when it is no longer easy for you to bend down. Another good solution would be to install upper cabinets with glass doors – thus it will be easier to remember and actually see what you have in them. A feature that would be useful for all ages is changing all the doorknobs with levers – so no matter how much strength you have in your hands or in case you’re just carrying something – you will be able to open the door without any problem.


After all the building, painting, and complete remodeling, a lot of house cleaning will be waiting for you. This is the final task you must accomplish after the renovation. If the consequences are more serious you may need professional help – you can contact cleaning agency to take care of your renovated home. For more info please contact michael@michaeltudorie.com

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So you have decided to sell your home? That is a bold move, especially if you are to follow up that deal with the acquisition of a new home. There are numerous factors that you have to take into consideration in such situation, if you want the deal to be successful.


Hiring a Vancouver realtor to handle the task of selling is one option that you should consider. There are plenty of other tasks that you will find yourself engaged in, such as everything related to home removal for instance. A professional real estate agent can offer much in terms of expert advice and in fact move the whole deal for you so that you don’t divide your attention between this task and the many others you need to address. Here are some of the benefits that come with hiring a real estate agent:


 Pricing precision - some people believe that placing a price on a property is as easy as browsing similar offers online and then just copying the price seen there. While it is true that this popular method is somewhat reliable, it is also true that it can cause you to lose money or be unable to sell the property. A professional real estate agent with enough experience will need just a little time to determine the price of your home. The moment they walk through the door, they will know what the place is worth. Experts know the specifics of the market far better than you do and will be able to price your home by taking into account all the small details that you would normally miss in your struggle to organise house removals.


Handling paperwork details - a trained expert will be able to deal with the paperwork and documentation surrounding your property sale. Know that there can be quite a lot of pages and fine print that would normally take you forever to fully understand and prepare. You are quite likely to make errors or even omit something important, if you are alone in handling this. The real estate agent will see to it that the sale is done by the book.

Negotiation skills - it doesn’t matter how levelheaded you think you are - this is your home you are selling and you will always be a little emotional over the deal. That is one way to get you in trouble or downright mean the difference between a successful deal and no deal at all. Things can get pretty overwhelming for you, if you are busy with relocation. That is where a professional can lend their expertise and knowledge and process difficult negotiations for you.

Professional connections - a real estate agent will likely be able to enlist the aid of other such needed parties: attorneys, handymen, landscapers, home staging experts and more. It won’t be too surprising for them to even provide help in finding a removal company for you.


The listed benefits represent only a small portion of the good that a real estate agent can do you. Any attempts to sell your home will be met with more success when you have a professional aid you in the task as opposed to going through all the work on your own. contact michael@michaeltudorie.com if you choose to make the next step.

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The housing market has reached a hot point with the large increase in property prices and all-time strong demand. However, this may not last forever as the Vancouver real estate market is expected to cool down next year. The decline of prices will inevitably affect the aspiring home sellers. If you are planning to list your property, you may need to hurry up and take advantage of the favourable housing conditions.


The right timing is essential in the housing sector. It is difficult and inconvenient to show houses in the winter. December, January and August are traditionally the slowest months for the real estate market in Kitsilano. On the other hand, February, March, April and September is the best period to list a house. During these months the buyers are more motivated and prepare for the spring and fall markets.



When selling a home, it all comes down to one thing. You need to convince the buyers that your property is worth every penny of the price. That is why it is essential to show your home in the best possible light. These house staging tips will help you make your place look welcoming and appealing to potential homebuyers. 

  1. 1.      Depersonalize  and De-clutter

Your primary goal is to help buyers picture themselves living in your house. With your family photos and children’s artwork on the fridge this can be hard. Before the open house day, remove any quirky decorations and personal items. This is a great time for cleaning the unnecessary. Get rid of additional furniture and appliances that don’t add up to the decor. Your house will appear more spacious and you will have less to move.

  1. 2.      Update Your Home

Repair all cracks, broken appliances, leaks and burnt out lights. Not all home buyers will appreciate the patterned wallpaper or the bright hues on your wall. If you have experimented with bold colours around your house, you may need to replace them with neutrals.

  1. 3.      Clean, clean, clean!

Skipping domestic cleaning may play a bad joke on you. It is the look of your home that sells. Be sure that your property is immaculate by thoroughly cleaning not only the surfaces, but also inside your cupboards. Get into every nook and cranny and remove the dirt and grime. House cleaning is the cheapest way to improve the appearance of your place.

  1. 4.      Improve Your Set-up

When you are done with the cleaning, you can pay special attention to the set-up of your home. See whether the furniture arrangement is working well in your room or you need to make some improvements. Consider factors like scale and proportion. Anything that looks awkward has to go.

  1. 5.      Style Up Your Decor

Add some finishing touches with gorgeous accessories and details. A bouquet of fresh flowers in the living room and crispy white towels in the bathroom will make your place aesthetically pleasing.


if you conisder a professional stagger please contact Michael to hire the best in the business.

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If you are about to pay a visit to your grandparents soon, and you are feeling rather reluctant, it might be because you just don’t want to enter a home that has become too cluttered.


On one hand, your senior loved ones might be unable to keep up with the work required to keep the place organised. Another problem is that often times there is just too much junk that they hold on to for sentimental reasons. You need to take some steps into giving them useful tips on downsizing, as that will enable easier cleaning service and overall provide their home with much needed free space. It is a delicate topic, which must be approached carefully. Here are few ideas on how to deal with the problem and solutions that have been approved by many Vancouver real estate experts:


-        Assess your loved ones’ needs - time has passed since your relatives really used all of the items that are currently present in their home. Are there tools and equipment that is no longerusable? Could it be that your senior loved ones still have some equipment that they are no longer able to use? It is such items that only take up space and collect dust, which then makes home cleaning all the more difficult. It is obvious that they are not going to be used, so you might as well help your relatives dispose of them.


-        Re-organise the home - sometimes it is not the extra volume of junk that creates the problem, but rather how it is organised. Ideally, everything should be easy to reach and easy to stash, but that is not always the case with the homes of seniors. Take a walk around and evaluate the storage space and whether it is adequately used. It could be that the items are located all around the home, while they should be all placed in a drawer that is unoccupied. Some domestic cleaning may do wonders to remedy the clutter problem of the home.


-        Talk about the clutter problem with your relatives - regardless of the method you use for decluttering, one thing is for certain: you have to first approach your senior relatives about the issue. Do consider that senior people tend to think highly of every single item at their possession, as often that is accompanies by a ton of memories. They are afraid that if they lose the item, they will lose the memories. Assure them that is not the case, and tell them that memories can be preserved through photos for example, which take up less space than actual items. Next, all you will have to do is help them perform declutter and cleaning service. Experience shows that in many Vancouver homes, the main problem was that the senior people were simply unable to carry out the task of downsizing on their own. To learn simple steps in downsizing please attend our next FREE workshop. Contact Michael for next scheduled event.


-        Introduce the way of disposal - some senior homeowners don’t want to downsize because they don’t know how to. It might be physically challenging for them to perform the task, or they might not be aware of the ways of doing so. You can put up their items online for sale, or donate them to a local charity. It is such options that can make them more willing to part with their items.



Downsizing is a difficult task that your senior loved ones are certainly going to need help with. Do consider the specifics and provide some assistance? Contact Michael to schedule a FREE consultation.

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Selling your home for more money should be your ultimate goal when you want to move to a new place. It is an important deal, which you should focus your whole attention and effort on. One of the most important aspects of selling your home is securing great first impression from your prospective buyers.


Nothing quite sparks the interest more than a great looking home. First impressions are solely based on looks. Ensuring that your home’s exterior looks great is one way to have your buyer interested before they even take a look inside. A lot can be done to get your patio and outside area look great, regardless if you are into gardening and landscaping. Know that a well-maintained garden will not only capture the interest of prospective buyers, but also give you the upper hand in negotiations and potentially get you a better price.



Here is what you should consider:


-        Start with small welcoming elements - has your mailbox been clanking for ages? Is there a visible street number on it or elsewhere? It is such details that are often overlooked but can truly make a difference when present. Don’t forget that buyers can be picky - they may not show their disapproval of evident flaws, but you can definitely tell when they are impressed. And it is by paying attention to the small details that you will impress them for sure.

-        Attractive garden all year round - it is essential to pay attention to your garden maintenance all year round.


Every Vancouver real estate professional will tell you that a well-maintained garden and green area will add great value to your home, as long as you keep up with the demands of the work required to care for it.

-        Clear the clutter - a garden full of clutter, regardless of what it includes, is never a good thing. Homebuyers want to see excellent open space that is just waiting for them to implement any ideas. Having clutter prevents that as it hinders their imagination and makes them think of an unkept home. Avoid it by making sure toys, gardening equipment, garbage cans and yard debris are put in their rightful place immediately after using.

-        Work on your walkway areas - some of the areas of specific interest for prospective buyers are the sidewalk, driveway and pathways that lead to your home. Since those are used daily, it is likely that buyers want them in pristine condition. Vancouver luxury real estate experts suggest that you maintain perfect looking entryways. Jet washing and de-icing go a long way in that regard, as it helps keep them in top condition.

-        Exterior paint - having a paint colour that fits the general aesthetics of the neighborhood is important. Don’t go with anything drastic, as most people prefer to have a neutral look on their homes.


Go through each of these steps and tasks to ensure that the exterior of your home looks stunning. That will guarantee people’s interest. if you need help and ideas from other professional please contact Michael to tab into his resources.

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People rarely succeed unless they have fun in what they are doing.” —Dale Carnegie


The idea of living a simplified, uncluttered life with less stuff sounds attractive to many. They have considered the benefits of owning fewer possessions: less to clean, less debt, less to organize, less stress, more money and energy for their greatest passions. They are ready to de-clutter but some get quickly tripped up by the very next question.

Where in the world do I begin? Check out some of the services I offer but here are some tips;


Many begin to feel overwhelmed, anxious, and defeated around the idea of de-cluttering their homes. That’s too bad. The de-cluttering journey doesn’t need to be as painful as some make it out to be. In fact, there are a variety of people who have come up with some pretty fun, creative ways to get started.

Consider this list of 10 creative ways to de-clutter your home:


  1. 1.     Give yourself 5 solid minutes. Leo Babauta at Zen Habits recommends 18 different 5-minute de-cluttering tips. Pick one today that sounds appealing. Or better yet, pick a random number 1-18, read the specific tip, and commit 5 minutes to completing it.
  2. 2.     Give away one item each day. Colleen Madsen at 365 Less Things gives away one item each day. Over the past several years, she has experienced quite a transformation simply reducing her stuff one day at a time.
  3. 3.      Fill one trash bag. Early in our journey towards simplicity, one of my favourite de-cluttering techniques was to grab a simple large trash bag and see how quickly I could fill it. While much of what I collected was trash, this could also be used to fill a bag for Goodwill.
  4. 4.     Try the Oprah Winfrey Closet Hanger Experiment. While this idea didn’t originate with Oprah, she was the one to help give it notoriety. To identify wardrobe pieces to clear out, hang all your clothes with the hangers in the reverse direction. After you wear an item, return it to the closet with the hanger facing the correct direction. After six months, you’ll have a clear picture of which clothes you can easily discard. This experiment could also be applied to a number of clutter areas in your home (cleaners, toys, linens, tools, hobbies and craft items).
  5. 5.      Make a list.  Dana Byers recommends creating a list of places/areas in your home to de-clutter beginning with the easiest… which doesn’t sound all that creative until she adds this note, “When you’re done with one area, STOP.” This list could be made as easy or difficult as you desire based upon what areas of your home make up the list (drawers/closets/rooms). And could easily fit into any schedule.
  6. 6.     Take the 12-12-12 Challenge. A simple task of locating 12 items to throw away, 12 items to donate, and 12 items to be returned to their proper home can be a really fun and exciting way to quickly organize 36 things in your house. On more than one occasion, this challenge actually became a quick competition between my wife and me… and your kids don’t have to be too old to participate as well.
  7. 7.     Change your perspective. Unclutterer offers a powerful approach to de-cluttering when they offer a number of strategies to help you change your perspective and begin to notice some clutter you may have missed. Among their ideas: take photos of your house, invite over a toddler, or ask the boss to meet in your office. With all of the examples, the hope is to cause you to see your home in a new light.
  8. 8.      Experiment with numbers. For example, Courtney Carver invented Project 333 to challenge people to wear only 33 articles of clothing for 3 months. If 33 articles of clothing seems too little, adjust the rules as you need by picking a new number. The important thing is to challenge yourself to live with less and see what you learn from the experiment.
  9. 9.      Use your imagination. Psychology Today recommends using your imagination to help de-clutter objects that may seem difficult to remove. Try asking yourself unique questions like, “If I was just buying this now, how much would I pay?” These creative techniques may prove to be very helpful for some with difficulties removing unneeded clutter.
  10. 10.  The Four-Box Method. As we first set out on our journey to minimalism, this was the technique most often used in our home. As I set out to de-clutter an area, I brought four boxes: trash, give away, keep, or relocate. Each item in every room was placed into one of the four categories. No item was passed over. Each was considered individually. Some projects took an hour… others took days or weeks. But the technique and principles remained the same No matter what you choose to help you get started – whether it be one of these ten or one of countless others – the goal is to take your first step with excitement behind it. There is a beautiful world of freedom and fresh breath hiding behind that clutter. How you remove it is up to you.

As always contact me for more resources and info you may need michael@michaeltudorie.com or 604-910-7777

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Downsizing and moving to a retirement facility can be a difficult lifestyle change. Here, what you need to know.



Alice Robertson, who turns 81 next month, didn’t plan on making the transition to a retirement community for another three or four years.




“I thought, hmm, this place is right near home and if I get in there now, I could pick my own suite,” Robertson says”.


While it may sound like a spur-of-the-moment decision, Robertson had been considering the move for more than two years. Maintaining the large home she had lived in for 45 years was a huge responsibility, one that her two daughters were not always comfortable with.


Downsizing and moving to a retirement facility can be a difficult lifestyle change. “When you’ve lived in your home for a long time, you’re familiar with it. You have a whole lifetime of memories there.

Despite the modern facilities with restaurant-grade meals, housekeeping and a full calendar of social activities, retirement communities are still fighting to break the stigmas of senior-assisted living. It’s important to focus on finding the right community for the individual – to choose a place that puts the residents first.


Once a decision on a facility has been made, there’s the task of sorting through decades of belongings. “It’s overwhelming “ We’re so caught up in the material world and accumulating all of these things. The emotional attachment is huge. But letting go is so worth it.”


OutofChaos supports clients through the entire downsizing process, from comparing costs of living and choosing the right facility to sorting through possessions and getting the house on the market. They also assist with the physical move, which includes unpacking everything and even hanging artwork on the walls. They try to mimic the look of the client’s home to help make the transition as smooth as possible.


When people are making this decision to move out of their home, they feel like they’re losing part of their identity, they’re losing control,” she says. “So that can be challenging, and the kids will challenge them because sometimes they have their own sense of loss.” If you’re supporting your parent(s) through this change, consider taking them to lunch at a retirement facility on a Saturday afternoon, just to see what it’s like. Whatever you do, let them arrive at the decision themselves and be prepared to take it slow.


“For me, it’s been a very gradual transition, not a sudden change,” says Robertson. Although she’s only been in retirement community for one month, she’s happy to be rid of the burden of her house and she’s enjoying meeting new people.


“I think most of these retirement homes are much the same – they have good food and lots of friendly staff and lots of organized things for you to do,” she says. “You can do as much or as little as you want. And I haven’t done very much yet but I’m planning to do a lot as I get used to the idea.”


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The Times They Are A- changin’” Bob Dylan”


Is your present home too large or too much work to maintain?  Do you at times find your day to day life is not as full as it once was?   Have you thought about a move to a smaller home or to a retirement community; possibly one closer to your family?   Many seniors contemplate these things but delay making a move they know will offer peace of mind and a better quality of life as the process seems overwhelming


Linda Chu is a professional organizer & move specialist with Out of Chaos and Michael Tudorie is a realtor with Re/Max Select.  Together they are a one-stop shop to ensure that your next move is smooth and stress-free.


After initial FREE consultation with you we will proceed with the services that meet your needs. We work together with you, your adult children or manage your entire project; staying in regular contact with your family or lawyer, POA/executor, realtor or other professionals services. contact us at michael@michaeltudorie.com


In order to make the transition stress-free, here are some considerations when you or someone you know is downsizing or rightsizing.

  1. Pick Your New Home
  2. Decide if Home Modifications are an Option
  3. Meeting Healthcare Needs
  4. Financial Needs
  5. Legal Requirements
  6. Selling Your Home


Pick Your New Home

Housing options are as unique as you are, based on your health & medical needs.  This may include age-restricted / retirement communities, assisted living arrangement or nursing homes.


Decide if Home Modifications are an Option

Most seniors prefer to age in place, but their health care needs may prevent them from living independently.  There may be some home adaptations that will enable you to stay in the home.


Meeting Healthcare Needs

Usually the closest adult child is burdened with the responsibility of caring for their aging parents.  What if the adult children are not living in the same community?



 Financial Needs

When selling a home there might be financial implications to consider.  There might be a reverse mortgage that was taken out to finance health care needs.  How do capital gains affect the net proceeds of the sale of the home?  How does the sale of the home affect the estate?


Legal Requirements

It is important to retain the services of a lawyer who specialized in legal issues for the elderly.  This may include wills & estates, power of attorney, and representation agreements.

Selling Your Home

Preparing the home for sale requires caring consideration when dealing with the dearest memories of the homeowner.

  • Disposition of clutter & sale of antiques and household possessions
  • Staging your home for sale
  • Showing your home to prospective buyers throughout the day
  • Negotiation and closing logistics of the sale
  • Packing & managing the move details


The homeowner does not need to be present while a home is on the market for sale.  They can be completely in their new home while experts remove the stress and take care of all the details.


 contact us for FREE consultation michael@michaeltudorie.com or call/text 604-910-7777


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