Sick Of Raking? Downsizing Lets You Rake In Your Equity, Not Leaves!

Summer’s last gasps are giving way to Autumn breezes, and as the temperature drops, so do the leaves!

While many people look forward to digging out their shovels and jumping in piles of leaves, for many of us, raking can be a dangerous affair. 

Raking and piling up Vancouver’s wet leaves can leave our backs feeling sore the next morning. At their worst, they can exacerbate heart and health issues, even potentially sending us to the emergency room.

If you’re sick and tired of the leaves covering the lawn of your property, wouldn’t it be nice knowing if someone else took care of it for you? 

Luckily, if you downsize your home, someone will! And, there’s a few other benefits too!

So before you reach for the ol’ rake, here’s three things downsizing lets you rake instead of leaves. 

  • Rake in the equity you’ve built for yourself, kicking up your feet for a worry-free retirement and doing things like
  • Raking in the poker chips during a warm, Vegas getaway vacation. 
  • Raking the sand in a Japanese rock garden on a month’s-long trip to find your Zen. 

Instead of piling leaves, put a pile of money towards your grandchildren’s education or your children’s new home purchase. 

If you’ve had it with leaves, why not leave me an email or a phone call at 604-910-7777 today! I can help you find a condo or townhome that you'll fall in love with!

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