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CNBC Poll: Do You Plan to Sell Your House to Finance Retirement?

Retirement - A CNBC Special Report
Retirement - A CNBC Special Report

Uncertainty about retirement is rife among the baby boom generation, as more of them near that point in their lives.

While saving for retirement is a traditional approach, other methods are often needed to fund nest eggs.

For many, there's nothing better than the family home — especially if the mortgage is paid off.

You can tap into home equity in a number of ways.

Reverse mortgages work for some people; downsizing for others.

Selling your house and moving into a co-op, condo or apartment means lower expenses, from taxes to maintenance.

On the other hand, there's no place like home.

What do you think?

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