You might have heard of, “Sixty-five is the new forty-five.” We chuckled, but the more I thought about it, the more I found myself in full agreement.
With more and more people working beyond traditional retirement age and the advances in modern medicine, the lines between middle and late adulthood are becoming a bit blurred.
What makes this relevant in the world of real estate?
Well, let’s hope we all eventually make it there, but we may also have a parent or friend who is there already. Understanding the needs behind buying a home as a senior is important.
First of All— not all seniors are the same.
Just as with using any label, we run the risk of putting people into a category when they may or may not actually belong there. This is…