Once you know what’s available and what it actually costs, then you’re in position to make an intelligent decision about buying in. Just asking the internet seems a little risky. Article by Scott Norton. […]
Buying a home is always a big deal. Buying a dream retirement home is a bigger deal. For most of us, this is the last home we’re going buy – so choosing wisely in terms of location and timing is “mission critical”. Article by Scott Norton. […]
It’s easy to get so caught up in the retirement dream that the retirement reality kind of slides out of perspective. Are you really prepared enough to buy a whole house there? Article by Scott Norton. […]
Funny thing about retiring as an active adult these days; everyone assumes you play golf. If you do play the game, then it’s a correct assumption and no big deal. But what if you don’t? Article by Scott Norton.
So, you’re an avid golfer and while you’ve been thinking about retiring as a way to get in more time on the links you read our recommendation on the Southeast Valley in the Phoenix Metro area. Sounded good, right? Then you remembered that you own a boat. Article by Scott Norton.
Anyone familiar with California knows that there are a variety of “Californias” depending on which part of the state is the topic of discussion. For active adults trying to decide their California dream retirement, it’s enough to drive one crackers. Article by Scott Norton.
Located about an hour northeast of San Francisco, Rio Vista sits right on the Sacramento River Delta. According to various guide-books and web sites, Rio Vista is often described as a quaint, friendly, charming place that offers warm hospitality and a genuine small town feel. Article by Scott Norton.