How Baby Boomers are Driving the Motorcycle Trend
The rebel motorcyclists of the 1960s and 70s have grown up and their love of motorcycles has spread to more mainstream Americans. The average age of a Harley Davidson owner is now over 45 and dozens of active adult communities across the country have active Motorcycle clubs.
What Draws Active Adults to Central Florida?
The Sunshine State has long been a hot spot for retirement living, yet lately active adults have been expanding their search beyond the coastal areas and opting to settle in central Florida cities. From shopping and recreation to practical investment considerations, there are several benefits to living in the Central Florida area.
Grandchildren at Home in Active Adult Communities
Choosing to live among adults does not mean that the residents dislike children. Most age-restricted active adult retirement communities welcome young visitors and may even offer specific amenities for visiting grandchildren.
10 Questions to Ask When Choosing an Active Adult Community
Moving to an active adult community comes with a lot of questions. Here are 10 things to consider before you make the move to an active adult community.
Pros and Cons of Reverse Mortgages
The name 'reverse mortgage' almost speaks for itself in the sense these types of mortgages reverse a home's equity accumulation through payment(s) to the homeowner. To understand the pros and cons of reverse mortgages, taking each element of the mortgage one step at a time can help build a familiarity with its features.t.
High-Rise Active Adult Living
Retirees in the 50s and 60s can find a new home in active adult communities across the country. But what about those adults who are looking to stay in the city? High-rise active adult communities are growing in popularity in major cities across the country. Check out these two.
Charleston for Active Baby Boomers
Charleston, SC is a wonderful destination for active adults. Whether relocating or visiting, the historically rich city has a lot to offer for baby boomers
Buying a Short Sale Property Can Be Frustrating
Nearly any home buyer in today's market is at least curious about the idea of buying a short sale or foreclosure property. They may be sold for less than other homes and who wouldn't want to save money on such an expensive investment? The trouble is, short sales and foreclosure properties are not necessarily the best way to save money.