Landing at Your Dream Destination

Seniors Destinations

Are you considering a big move to a new destination? If you are, you are not alone. Thousands of American retirees move each year. Here are some hotspot locations that other seniors are choosing for retirement.

3 Ways to Prep for Multigenerational Living

The number of parents and adult children choosing to live under one roof is on the rise. Multigenerational living comes with many benefits for families but can also create some challenges. If you are considering moving in with a family member, read on for three ways you can prepare for an easier transition.

Smart Home Products for Seniors

Technology offers countless solutions for making life easier with many more products and applications arriving in the not-too-distant future!

5 Way to Declutter Before Listing the Family Home

1. Toss the Trash We often become “clutter blind” to things that collect in our homes. If you have mail waiting to be sorted, handled and discarded, magazines and newspapers you intended to read…

5 Ways to Save Money on a Fixed Income

Living well on a fixed budget can be challenging. Here are five tips to make it easier to keep your budget in check while enjoying life a little more.

3 ways to talk so your family will listen.

Buying and selling real estate can be stressful for the entire family. In times of family stress, communication often breaks down. However, there are several ways to improve communication to find consensus amid the chaos.

Is an Accessory Dwelling Unit right for you?

As a homeowner, you may be considering adding an accessory dwelling unit to your property: either inside your current home as an addition to your existing home, or as a free-standing building. How can you determine if this is the right move for you?

Self Care for Caregivers

If you are providing care for someone else on an occasional, part-time or full-time basis, you may need a little support yourself. Many children of older parents underestimate the number of extra chores they are taking on to “help Mom out or to “take care of Dad”…