Vaughan, ON Downsizing Help for Seniors Consultancy Expert Service Launched

A veteran realtor specializing in services for the 55+ has introduced her senior downsizing services to help ageing residents of Vaughan move to a smaller house without difficulty and stress.

A 25-year real estate professional has launched an elderly downsizing service to help seniors in Vaughan, Ontario and the surrounding areas make their move easier and hassle-free.

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Mitzy Dadoun is a real estate broker who is also a designated Master Accredited Senior Agent (Master ASA), Certified Professional Consultant on Aging (CPCA), and an Elder Planning Counselor (EPC) and Certified Executor Advisor (CEA). Her skills and training are aimed at helping seniors find and adjust to a new environment that is more suitable for their age and lifestyle needs.

Ms. Dadoun provides help to seniors in the various stages of the downsizing process, including finding a new home, selling their original home, and taking care of the logistics of moving like packing, pick-up, hauling, home set-up, and more.

Her sales service includes marketing the house to prospective buyers, negotiating contracts, arranging financing, handling paperwork and inspections, and overseeing the closing process.

Master ASAs are professionals recognized for their extensive experience in helping seniors and their families in the many stages of moving. Likewise, CPCA-designated professionals and EPCs are knowledgeable in the health, social, and financial aspects of elderly living.

Downsizing is the move to smaller residential quarters accompanied by the reduction of personal possessions either by donating or selling them. This is done because the upkeep of a large house can be difficult for individuals of advanced age.

A third (36%) of older adult homeowners in Canada are likely to move to a new residence, according to a recent study by Mustel Group and Sotheby’s International Realty. While many express hopes of staying in their original residences for as long as possible, the study found that many are motivated to move to a smaller place due to concerns that their present one will be too large as they grow older.

The latest census data shows that Vaughan has a population of 306,233, with individuals 65 years and over numbering 43,470. According to a 2019 report by, senior citizens are projected to make up three million or 20% of the population of York—of which Vaughan is part of—by 2023. It also stated that seniors are the fastest-growing age group in the province.

Apart from Vaughan, Ms. Dadoun provides services to other towns and cities in the York Region like Aurora, Georgina, Markham, and Richmond Hill.

Full details about Ms. Dadoun’s services can be found at Smart Seniors

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