A new era in downsizing news

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A new era in downsizing news
Written by: Ron Reed

Downsizing.com.au has unveiled a series of State-based newsletters, to allow our readers to get the latest news, advice and information about over 50s property.

Downsizing.com.au co-founder and co-CEO Amanda Graham said the newsletters would be a vital tool to help readers navigate the sometimes complex world of over 50s property.

“Downsizing into an over 50s property is an exciting stage of life and we want our newsletters to help people with this important journey,” Ms Graham said.

“We’re transitioning from a national newsletter to State and Territory-focussed newsletters, so we can give readers information which is far more relevant to their needs,” Ms Graham said.

Each newsletter will contain news stories, opinion pieces and featured listings from the relevant State or Territory.

Formerly known as Seniors Housing Online, Downsizing.com.au is Australia’s leading website for over 50s property. The site caters for anyone in the pre-retirement or retirement phase, including people looking at downsizing into a range of housing options.

Downsizing.com.au covers properties both for sale and for rent, and also lists aged care and home care services.

Subscribe to our newsletters here.

The newsletters will be edited by Mark Skelsey, a former senior journalist at Sydney’s Daily Telegraph and an experienced NSW-based media and communications professional. You can contact Mark at news@downsizing.com.au.

To inquire about advertising opportunities in the newsletters, please contact Greg Oddy at greg@downsizing.com.au.  

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