Downsizing An Option For Retirement
Downsizing is and option for later retirement
There comes a time when the family has grown up and moved out, and the parents are left with a massive house. Downsizing is a key option to consider. However it is more important to consider what you want from a new house such as access to lifestyle, family and freedom.
Recreational vehicle by a pond Al and Greta Boldt have an idyllic nomadic retirement living out of an RV. Their appeal of this senior lifestyle is their ability to be constantly surrounded by "this beautiful country". They paid $50,000 for a 12-year ...
Decorating Your New Space
Moving into senior living can be a big change but it doesn’t have to be. Making the shift into a senior living space can be a fun opportunity to display your own personal style or experiment with new ones. It is important to embrace your ...
Getting To Know Your Options
Entering the transitional period into senior living can lead to feelings of uncertainty. But knowing what your options are can help ease that anxiety. Before starting to research your family’s continuing care options take the time to discuss what ...
Understand The Difference In Senior Living and Care
55+ living A community designed with the needs of aged 55+ as a focus (rather than young couple etc.). Typically gated. Adult family home Home in a residential area licensed for care. A room, meals, laundry, supervision, and varying levels of ...
Assessing a communities financial health
Imagine you moved into a senior living community, and then after 10 years it went bankrupt. You need to understand the financial of any community before moving into to ensure your lifestyle continues. There are seven key items to consider: 1. ...