It’s time for New Year’s resolutions! This year, why not add a real estate resolution or two to your list–and see if you can make it happen?
In addition to financial investments, start thinking about where your ideal retirement home might be located, whether it’s here in Colorado, in another state, or even another country.
Downsizing is almost inevitable for most of us. Just like the home-preferences of single adults are different from those of families with young children, so are the home needs and wants of retirees.
The number of Americans living in a household with three or more generations increased nearly threefold over the past decade, according to a recently released study from Generations United, Family Matters: Multigenerational Living is on the Rise and Here to Stay.
There are certainly few things in life we’re too old to do. However, when it comes to buying a home, you’re never too old.
If there’s one group poised to sell their home, it’s the boomer generation – those aged 57 to 75 years old. And in today’s hot market and high prices, this group is cashing in.
The COVID-19 pandemic has taken a toll on the retirement accounts of many seniors. Senior homeowners may be able to seek relief through a reverse mortgage.
The economic effect of the coronavirus pandemic been global. Seniors who are homeowners have another alternative to access to cash for living expenses: the reverse mortgage.
Across the nation, senior housing facilities, from independent living to memory care, have been hit hard by the coronavirus. As a result, many families are choosing to bring their elderly loved ones into their home.
Established in 1997, Balfour Senior Living Communities is a collection of soon-to-be ten coveted luxury retirement communities: eight in Colorado including in Denver, Littleton, Louisville and Stapleton; and a new Longmont, location scheduled to open in late fall.
Property tax bills just came out and are in every property owner’s mailbox, putting property taxes at the top of mind!
Make a plan to find a second home and buy it as soon as you can. Ideally, you will own this second home free and clear to move into when you’re ready to retire.
Filling a niche for older folks who want a place to call home for years to come, AltaVita has thought of every lifestyle element that seniors desire — and deserve — in an adult living community.
October 2019 marks the one year anniversary that my pedicab made its debut at Brookdale North Boulder. The idea came from a medical student in Amsterdam who was giving pedicab rides to seniors, and I thought it would be wonderful if I could do the same. I
One of the basics of selling your home, or enjoying it to the fullest, is getting rid of clutter. As they say, a cluttered home means a cluttered mind – and often chaos in your life.
Baby boomers are retiring and downsizing their homes at record rates. “Aging in place” is a common catch phrase for seniors, meaning growing older in their own homes.
Across the nation, baby boomers are aging and the demand for various levels of senior housing is high. Senior housing can be a major component in a family’s decision to move to a new location or stay in the same location. The supply and pricing of available senior housing can have a significant effect on when and where families move today.
Brian and Lynne Weber, owners of Miracle Method of Boulder, are deeply motivated by providing their customers with a superior experience.
Did you know there are three different opportunities in Colorado and Boulder County available for seniors to ease the burden of property tax payments on real estate?