Our parents and we are getting older. As we age we have new housing needs. The question is should Seniors “age in place,” down size, join a Senior community, or seek assisted living. Aging in place means (taking everything into consideration like relative easy of maintaining a home, proximity to family and medical facilities) making the current home more livable for aging Seniors. Down sizing means selling the home (which means packing or distributing decades of acquired items) and finding a new home in a better place. A Senior community might be a 55+ rental community or a creative group of seniors living together. Assisted living is a wide range of possibilities depending on Mom’s or Dad’s ability to accomplish every day activities and the help needed to do those daily items; like cooking, dressing, bathing and getting around. Did you know that your Realtor® can help you with all those housing needs? Our team has a Seniors Real Estate Specialist who can guide you through most important home transitions. And we like to help!
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"Working with Jennifer Martin and her entire team in order to sell my home and
find a new home was a great experience! They were warm, friendly, helpful
and very responsive to the many questions and concerns I had throughout the
process. I felt like I was well represented and could trust them completely.
There is a definite feeling of family in working with Jennifer and her team. I
took comfort in knowing that Jennifer and her team have so much real estate
experience and could handle any challenge that arose.
Having never sold a home before, and not knowing what to expect, I could not
have been more pleased with the outcome. Both the purchase and sale of my
home were handled very efficiently. I would highly recommend Jennifer Martin
and her team for all your real estate needs.
Working with Gene O’Brien at Platinum Mortgage was also an absolute pleasure.
Gene makes you feel like he is advocating for you and you feel like a friend
instead of a customer."