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A Few Factors to Consider When Buying a Home

If you are close upon retirement, or if you have already retired, you may be considering purchasing a home. There are some great homes on the market, and you need to strike when the prices are down. However, this does not mean you should place your bid immediately. Instead, here are a few simple tips that will help when buying a home in an active adult community.

Research and Do your Homework

Buying a home is a major investment. It is also a risk you have to take if you wish to own your home. Maybe, you are a previous homeowner, and understand the gravity of this undertaking. However, although you may know more than a first-time buyer, you still need to do your homework thoroughly when buying a home.

10 Sunny Places for 55+Active Adults to Retire in 2021

Are you tired of the cold, sick of having to bundle yourself up with scarves, hats, coats, and boots every time you go outside?  Isn’t it time you considered a move to a warmer, sunnier clime?  Active adults don’t like being cooped up indoors, they want to be out enjoying life.  So, here are the ten sunniest places to consider for retirement:

Yuma, Arizona – Yuma is the sunniest city in the US with very little precipitation and humidity coupled with 320 sunny days a year makes Yuma, Arizona an ideal choice for retirement. You may also considers other places in Arizona, there are over 120 active adult communities to choose from in this beautiful state.  Some popular active adult retirement communities in Arizona are The Encanterra Country Club by Shea Homes in San Tan Valley and Solera Chandler by Del Webb in Chandler.

Staying Busy during Retirement

All those days of working 7 days a week and doing so almost the whole day are now behind you. The time you spent working and being busy is now considered as your “free” time. But, instead of sitting back and relaxing, you find yourself bored to death. What will you do with your newfound freedom? Apparently, lots of things….. Here are five of them.

5 Money Saving Tips for Christmas

5 Money Saving Tips for Christmas

Christmas is the worst time of the year for your finances. There are so many gifts to buy and people to visit. So many meals to organize and people to entertain. No matter how you plan it, December is a time when you spend the most amount of money. This is an unavoidable fact. If you missed your chance of shopping on Black Friday, here are some money-saving tips that you can try out this Christmas.

At Home Jobs for Retirees

3 At-Home Jobs for Retirees

Retirement does not have to mean you have to live on a fixed income. You can do so many things, from home, to earn some extra money to pay your bills. These are not scams and are quite lucrative and provide many retirees a good income. Here are three at home jobs for retirees.

Home buying checklist

Things to Look for When House Hunting

Are you hunting for a new/old home now that you are retired? If you are, there are a few things you should know so that you don’t make any mistakes. A home is a huge investment, so, you really don’t want to make the wrong choice. Here is a little advice that will help you make a wise choice.

Isolation during Senior Years, Can Cause Depression

Once your children have left your home and gone on to pursue their own dreams, goals, and different lives, you may well experience a myriad of emotions. You may feel sadness, loneliness, anxiousness and above all, a sense of isolation. You may not have anyone to talk to or listen to your problems.  You may not know of anyone who is going through the same “rough patch” as you.  Research has shown that many seniors who find their home empty, once their children leave it, can become extremely depressed. Isolation is a major risk factor for the onset of major depression.

Reasons to Choose the Sunshine State as Your Retire Nook

Florida is called the Sunshine State and gets lots of it being located in the southeastern part of the United States. Going by its nickname, you can always expect the weather to be sunny and warm. This is a happening state with lots of action and fun for people of all ages. Beaches, theme parks, resorts, and fishing and outdoor activities are all available for those visiting or residing in this great, sunny state. Florida is a state that has many wildlife parks where great varieties of birds, mammals, and reptiles can be found. If you are an active adult who prefers sunny weather all year round with lots of activities, you should really consider a having retirement nook in Florida. ActiveAdultLiving.com, the national directory for active senior living communities will provide you a host of information on nearly 700 such communities in the Sunshine State of Florida.