Buying More Retirees Moving to Less-Dense Regions

More Retirees Moving to Less-Dense Regions

by Kent Allen, AARP, April 9, 2018 A survey finds a trend toward smaller, sparsely populated states. While warm-weather states like Florida and Arizona still draw a larger number of retirees each year, sparsely populated and smaller states are attracting a bigger share of boomers than in the past, a United Van Lines survey has found. …

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Retiring: Stay or Move?

By Larry Hungerford 336-998-7000 or larry@wcamg.com of www.journalnow.com As we age, approaching the end of our working years, we face many tough decisions. Can we afford to retire? What do we do about long-term care? Should we relocate or stay put? Typically, a conservative safe approach recommended by many experts, is to plan on taking no …

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Buying 5 Estate Planning Tips For The Sandwich Generation

5 Estate Planning Tips For The Sandwich Generation

From Dina Farhat, Esq. http://www.farhatlawfirm.com   The “sandwich generation” accounts for a large segment of the population. These are people who find themselves caring for both their children and their parents at the same time. In some cases, this includes providing parents with financial support. As a result, estate planning – which traditionally focuses on …

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Retirement Communities: Weighing the Pros and Cons

About the Author: This information was provided by Bill Gassett, a Nationally recognized leader in his field. Bill can be reached via email at billgassett@remaxexec.com or by phone at 508-625-0191. Bill has helped people move in and out of many Metrowest towns for the last 29+ Years. What is a 55 and Older Community? A retirement community is …

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Buying How to Protect Yourself Against the Rising Risk of Mortgage Fraud

How to Protect Yourself Against the Rising Risk of Mortgage Fraud

By Kenneth Harney at therealdeal.com Fraud in connection with home mortgages is on the rise, ranging from little white lies about the intended use of the property all the way up to much more sophisticated schemes. But what, you ask, does this have to do with me? Maybe more than you think, especially if you end up on …

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The Many Benefits of a Seniors Real Estate Specialist®

By Chrystal Caruthers of www.realtor.com Older Americans can recall a time when gas stations provided full service, with window washers and gas attendants to pump your fuel. They recall a time of service with a smile—and you don’t find much of that in today’s mobile-dominated environment, where text messages pass for conversation and e-signatures have replaced the …

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Buying 6 Commonly Forgotten Home Maintenance Tasks

6 Commonly Forgotten Home Maintenance Tasks

By Sarah Day at www.homeadvisorhomesource.com Whether you own a new house or an old house, there will always be upkeep involved with owning your own home. There are many things in your house that require attention but are often forgotten until something breaks and a substantial bill follows. Here is a list of six common maintenance …

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Buying The 7 Biggest Financial Challenges Senior Citizens Are Facing in Retirement

The 7 Biggest Financial Challenges Senior Citizens Are Facing in Retirement

Sean Williams (TMFUltraLong) May 17, 2015 Retirement is supposed to be a period of joy for senior citizens where they’re able to travel, reflect, and sometimes just put their feet up if they choose to do so. Unfortunately, far too many senior citizens are finding themselves denied of the American dream of retiring comfortably and …

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assisted living Why Seniors Prefer Senior Living Communities

Why Seniors Prefer Senior Living Communities

Senior Living Communities Today Posted On 13 Aug 2015 at www.aplaceformom.com By : Jeff Anderson Senior communities range from homelike to the posh luxury of a high-end hotel or cruise ship, and they definitely don’t feel institutional today. Most seniors who have moved to assisted living or independent living communities report that they prefer life at their …

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Nursing Home Occupancy at a Five-Year Low

National Investment Center data show occupancy at 82.2% and slowing decline in managed Medicare reimbursement to nursing homes ORIGINAL RELEASE: September 15, 2016 Contact: Biba Aidoo, (443) 926-3181 or communications@nic.org Rachel Griffith, (202) 868-4824 or rgriffith@messagepartnerspr.com Annapolis, Md. – The National Investment Center for Seniors Housing & Care (NIC) today released its second-quarter 2016 NIC Skilled Nursing Data …

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