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    Downsizing in a Pandemic

    Baby boomers downsizing during the pandemic delay their plans and reassess

    “For years, empty-nesters in the suburbs have sold their longtime family homes and downsized to a downtown condo, where they could spend less time mowing the lawn and more time walking to theaters, restaurants, and Red Sox games,” said Chestnut Hill realtor Mary Gillach.

    Jon Gorey, Globe correspondent, interviewed me for this article in RealEstate about the way baby boomers reacted on the housing market during Covid.

    Read the full article here.