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Jun 7, 2012 12:15AM
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Feb 8, 2012 3:06PM
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After raising a family of self reliant, successful sons in our 1900 sqft home, and feeling 'sustainable' guilt, we began looking to downsize. Harsh fact, the money from our home sale, would not even cover 1/2 the price of the 'smaller' dwellings that were in 'comparable' neighborhoods. Only in the high crime and  neglected areas, did the numbers work. So much for 'downsizing'. It may work for some in certain areas, but be careful it doesn't surprise you with the hidden costs. They could be more than than financial, and definitely more than you bargained for..
Feb 8, 2012 1:49PM
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To Chris736

That depends on where you live. In most places in the US there is lots of room to expand or as you said buy a bigger house. However if you want to live in the heart of LA or really any big city you don't have the option to buy a bigger house. Bigger House=far away from the center of the city & a long traffic filled commute. In LA a lot of the older charming houses in the center of the city are small or millions of dollars. It's all about location! 

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