Dallas-Fort Worth has been named one of the best places to live in the United States, and it’s among the top 100 places to retire. The metroplex is home to a large population of active adults over the age of 55 and has many fun activities for retirees, including excursions and day trips. The list of things you can do… Continue Reading Fun Activities To Do in the DFW Area When You Retire
Did you know that some people consider moving to be more stressful than changing careers or having kids? Finding the right home in a community you love, negotiating a deal, and moving all of your stuff can be pretty overwhelming. But what if it doesn’t have to be? What if moving can be the factor that makes your life less… Continue Reading What Are the Benefits of a 55+ Community?
Should you retire near family? As people approach their retirement years, they often begin to ask themselves if they want to stay in their existing community or move to live near family. As an active adult, choosing where to retire is a crucial decision. How can you travel and spend time with the people you love while still maintaining your… Continue Reading Should You Retire Near Family?
Are you looking for a beautiful place to begin your golden years that’s both safe and still has all the amenities you would want? More than 50 percent of people 55 and older are now retired and are looking for a new place to live. Gated communities are an attractive option to those looking for an increased level of safety in their… Continue Reading Are Gated Communities Safer?
Did you know that 60% of people living in large houses would rather live in small ones? As you plan for retirement, you’ve probably come across the term “right-sizing.” But what does right-sizing mean, and how can it benefit you? Keep reading to learn all about this valuable trend, plus how it can save you money and help you with your dream retirement plan. What Does Right-Sizing Mean? Right-sizing is… Continue Reading What Does Right-Sizing Mean?
Do you dream of traveling the world when you retire? So does most of the country! 59% of Americans want to be able to travel during their retirement. While it may seem difficult to plan for this type of spending and the travel details, there are some simple solutions that can help you have more fun in retirement. Do you want to learn… Continue Reading How to Plan Travel in Retirement
Are you considering your retirement plans? Retirement is an opportunity to change track and embrace a fresh set of opportunities and experiences. Many retirees have successfully raised their families, enjoyed a successful career, and are now looking forward to the next phase of their life. Picking a great location for your retirement is key to enjoying life as a senior.… Continue Reading Is Texas a Good Place to Retire?
Deciding whether to buy a home before retiring can be a difficult decision. There are a lot of things to consider such as your future income, taxes, living expenses, and downpayment. You may even need to consider mobility — please also measure walkability or whether public transportation is available as it may be difficult for you to drive when you get older. … Continue Reading Should You Be Buying a Home Before Retiring?
Retirement is a life-changer. It brings about significant adjustments in your daily life schedules and environment. It’s now time to relax, take a breather, enjoy the things you love, and spend time with your family. However, with retirement, you lose opportunities to stay active both physically and mentally. And this raises the question of how to stay active in retirement.… Continue Reading How To Stay Active in Retirement
As you tour potential active adult communities, it is important to have a list of questions ready. These questions are extremely beneficial in making your final decision on where to retire, so they are well worth taking the time to think about before you meet with community managers. Here are some of the most important things you should consider asking… Continue Reading Active Adult Communities: What Questions to Ask While Touring