Michael Gura, Realtor Mansell Real Estate, SellingSLChomes.com
A: The retirement landscape has changed and offers more options for those who want to pursue specific personal interest and lifestyle preferences. Think about your vision of retirement and what best fits your interests.
If family plays an extensive role in your life, you’ll probably want space to accommodate everyone. This may mean an extra bedroom or perhaps a multi-generational floor plan that allows for an adult child’s family to live with you. If travel is a priority, then look for a home that minimizes maintenance and landscaping chores.
An age-restricted community may be an excellent fit if you thrive on social interactions. Or, if you aren’t ready to relax into full retirement, or need to continue working, make sure your next home can accommodate remote work, or is near in-person job opportunities.
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