Elizabeth Kang writes about active adult communtiies and news in Califronia for 55places.com. Elizabeth is a freelance writer and editor located in the San Francisco Bay Area. She graduated from San Jose State University with a degree in journalism. There, she was a copy editor for the school's newspaper, the Spartan Daily.
Elizabeth has also written for Active Family Magazine. Three Bird Nest, and Eucalyptus Magazine. She's also worked for @Walmart Labs.
118 Articles by Elizabeth Kang
The Best Small Towns for Singles to Retire in Californiaby Elizabeth Kang on May 10th, 2021
Many active adults, whether by choice or circumstance, are unattached when they retire and are looking to move to a warmer climate, downsize their home, or find their favorite 55+ community. If you're single and ready to relocate, check out our list below of the best small towns for singles to retire in California.
Summit at Liberty in Rio Vista Now Sellingby Elizabeth Kang on May 6th, 2021
Summit at Liberty is now selling brand-new single-family homes priced from the low $400s. These contemporary homes boast modern designs and high-end finishes with the active adult in mind. Comprised of 443 homes in total, Summit at Liberty offers resort-like amenities and a stellar location in the East Bay Area.
10 Common Questions About The 62+ Loan™by Elizabeth Kang on April 30th, 2021
Active adults dreaming of their retirement years often fantasize about traveling, spending time with loved ones, and enjoying hobbies. One thing they don't daydream about is making mortgage payments. That's where The 62+ Loan™ can help.
Selling Your Home in a Seller's Marketby Elizabeth Kang on April 9th, 2021
There's no denying it; it's a seller's market right now, and in most areas, the housing market is just getting hotter by the day. While it may be a no-brainer selling a home in a seller's market, it's still helpful to know how to get the best price possible and the best terms for your particular situation.
What 55+ Homeowners Need to Know About California's Proposition 19by Elizabeth Kang on April 5th, 2021
Prop 19 brings both good and perhaps bad news for active adult homeowners. The good news is that they'll be able to move residences up to three times in their lifetime, all while keeping their current property tax rate. The bad news--their children may not be able to keep that low tax rate as they once would have in the past.