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The Baby Boomer's Guide 

Where to Move Next 

The Fastest Growing Segment of the Population According to Pew Research Center population projections, every day for the following 19 years, about 10,000 people will turn 65. By 2030, when all Baby Boomers will have turned 65, fully 18% of the nation's population will be at least that age, Baby Boomers Total Population
The Fastest Growing Segment of the Population  According to Pew Research Center population projections, every day for the ...
Top 4 Reasons for Choosing Where to Live Baby Boomers Said: Cost of Living Health Care Climate Opportunities for culture and recreation
Top 4 Reasons for Choosing Where to Live  Baby Boomers Said  Cost of Living Health Care Climate Opportunities for culture ...
Boomers - Re-Define"Retirement" Previous Generations Withdraw from Work Reside in Age Restricted Community Warm Weather 12 Months per Year Boomers Continued Employment with Flexibility Intergenerational Interaction View Retirement as the "Second Half of Life." A Time for Reinvention and Redefinition
Boomers - Re-Define Retirement   Previous Generations Withdraw from Work Reside in Age Restricted Community Warm Weather 1...
Start at the Beginning Rent OR Buy t Depending on your age, continued income, tax implications and other financial factors, it may make more sense to rent than buy your next property.
Start at the Beginning  Rent  OR  Buy  t  Depending on your age, continued income, tax implications and other financial fa...
If You Could Go Anywhere 1. Stay in Town \ Area 3. Move to A Warmer Climate t 4. Move to an Urban Environment 5. Live in a Vacation Home 6. Live in a College Town
If You Could Go Anywhere 1. Stay in Town   Area 3. Move to A Warmer Climate t 4. Move to an Urban Environment 5. Live in a...

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Choices for Staying in the Area Ranch Home Cluster Style Home Suburban Apartment with Amenities Suburban Town Home with Amenities
Choices for Staying in the Area  Ranch Home  Cluster Style Home  Suburban Apartment with Amenities  Suburban Town Home wit...
Staying in the Area (cont'd.) In-Town Apartment In-Town Town Home House Close to Town
Staying in the Area  cont d.   In-Town Apartment  In-Town Town Home House Close to Town
Solutions In - Town Apartments, Rentals and Condos South Orange The Gateway, The Gaslight Commons, The Avenue Maplewood The Station House Livingston Town Center Westfield The Savannah Summit Summit Place
Solutions In - Town Apartments, Rentals and Condos South Orange  The Gateway, The Gaslight Commons, The Avenue  Maplewood ...
A Move to the City The 2013 TIME magazine article "The End of the Suburbs" stated that, "A major change is underway in where and how we are choosing to live. In 2011, for the first time in nearly a hundred years, the rate of urban population growth outpaced suburban growth, reversing a trend that held steady for every decade since the invention of the automobile." The article goes on to say, "the trend in city living is driven primarily by two groups: young professionals and Baby Boomers, who are retiring and moving back to the cities they left when they started families."
A Move to the City The 2013 TIME magazine article  The End of the Suburbs  stated that,  A major change is underway in whe...
A Move to the City (cont'd.) High Rise with Amentities Low Rise Building
A Move to the City  cont d.   High Rise with Amentities  Low Rise Building
s oituloS City Life boken Ho Queens BEST Brooklyn YOU ARE SIMPLY THE Jersey City NYC ATTA A Weehawken
s oituloS City Life  boken Ho  Queens  BEST Brooklyn YOU ARE SIMPLY THE  Jersey City  NYC ATTA  A  Weehawken
Live in a Vacation Home Lake House Beach House Ski House
Live in a Vacation Home  Lake House  Beach House  Ski House
Maybe One of Each & A City Space A Vacation Space
Maybe One of Each    A City Space  A Vacation Space
Warm Weather Living North Carolina Overtakes Florida Both NC and FL are fairly low tax states. Florida has one important edge – it has no state income tax (although North Carolina does not tax social security income, and military retirement pay is exempt with some conditions). Neither state has inheritance YOU ARE SIMPLY THE or estate taxes. In both states, full-time residents can take advantage of homestead laws which protect them from unreasonable property tax increases (there are certain restrictions in North Carolina). Both states have sales taxes (6% in FL vs. 6.75% in NC). Both states have fairly low property taxes, at least compared to the northeast. BEST
Warm Weather Living North Carolina Overtakes Florida Both NC and FL are fairly low tax states. Florida has one important e...
Warm Weather Solutions North Carolina Florida Gainseville Naples Miami Other Charlotte Chapel Hill Asheville Las Vegas Arizona Santa Fe
Warm Weather Solutions North Carolina  Florida  Gainseville  Naples  Miami  Other  Charlotte Chapel Hill Asheville Las  Ve...
College Towns Attracting Boomers "Today's retirees ... want three things," says Professor Andrew Carle, director of the Program in Living/Senior Housing Administration at George Mason University. "They want active, they want intellectually stimulating, and they want intergenerational retirement environments. *
College Towns Attracting Boomers   Today s retirees ... want three things,  says Professor Andrew Carle, director of the P...
TopCollege Towns Attracting Boomers Ann Arbor, MI Princeton, NJ Asheville, NC Austin, TX Charlottsville, VA Athens, Ga Killington, VT Eugene, OR
TopCollege Towns Attracting Boomers Ann Arbor, MI  Princeton, NJ  Asheville, NC Austin, TX Charlottsville, VA Athens, Ga K...

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