Month: April 2016

How to Find Retirement Homes for Sale on the MLS

So what is the MLS exactly? Information is placed into a system that includes other homes for sale in your area. That system is the MLS. For active adults searching for the perfect home, here is all you need to know about how it works.

Where to Retire If You Love Golf

For retirees who play golf, the sight of rolling fairways and golf carts in the distance epitomizes leisure. Golf is one of the most popular sports for retirees and active adults.

Retiring Early? Here Are Your Healthcare Options

Retiring early is great if you are able to plan and save enough money to live comfortably for the rest of your life. But what about healthcare costs? If you decide to leave the workforce before the age of 65, which is the qualifying age for Medicare, you may want to consider a few other healthcare options. Some healthcare costs may affect your budget in retirement because you are paying higher premiums and they aren’t tax-deductible. In previous years, Baby Boomers who retired early had a difficult time finding affordable healthcare coverage if they didn’t meet the age requirement for Medicare. Now, there are a variety of healthcare options available for early retirees. All you need to do is navigate through the healthcare system and find which option fits your needs.

Different Loans to Assist Baby Boomers in Buying a Home

The path to buying your dream home in a 55+ community is an expensive investment. With the housing market changing, you should always stay on top of the latest interest rates and loan options available in your area if you’re looking to buy.

How to Pick the Best Retirement Location for You

White sand beaches or towering mountains? Swimming in January or skiing in July? Low property taxes or no sales tax? Living near family or living a permanent tropical vacation? With so many factors to consider, it’s hard to decide where to retire.

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