Active Adults

Im not Elderly! Im a Boomer

Boomers dont define themselves by their age nor allow a number to hold them back from being active, enjoying athletics, or starting a business.

It happened on the pickleball court recently. We were playing with one of the best players in our group and asked, What can we do to improve our game? He was helpful but then he added, Youre [...]

What's the Difference Between Age Restricted and Age Targeted?

Are All Active Adult Communities Exclusively 55+?

This question is coming up more often from you, our Buyer Clients. You have been reading about 55+ active adult communities for years as you have been planning for your retirement. Now the time has come and you are on our web site or others you found in a Google search and you find the term [...]

Why relocate? From a client's perspective

Why would I relocate when I retire?

That is a question actually raised by one of our clients recently. She said that many of her friends had asked her that question and here are some of her thoughts -

  • If she stays where she is, she many not get out and explore and experience new things.
  • She doesnt want to get stuck in a rut, perhaps taking retirement as a time to slow
  • [...]

Baby Boomers: Is 65 the New 45?

Reality Check: 65 is the new 45!

Editors note: Nikki Buckelew is considered a leading authority on senior real estate and housing. I found her article Rethinking the 55+ Market, published on a worthy read that rethinks the definition of the Boomer Generation. I know I feel like I am only in my 40s most of the [...]

Real Estate: What kind of buyer are you?

5/12-Social Media Update: At a Lewes Chamber Breakfast Meeting, Trisha Seitz, an Account Executive at Comcast Spotlight showed the membership, an Online Minute. Its amazing how much information is being uploaded - thats probably why the Internet has had such a huge impact on the real estate industry. While we all have different sets of [...]

Microsoft Stops Windows XP/Office 2003 Support April 8

When Microsoft stops Windows XP/Office 2003/Server 2003 support... what you need to do to avoid system failures, hacking and to protect your computer system!

If you are running Microsoft Office 2003, Windows XP and Server 2003 on your desktop or laptop computer, please note that on on April 8, 2014, Microsoft will stop supporting these [...]

Delaware Hospice's Beef and Brew

Feel Good Fridays: Delaware Hospice's Beef and Brew on March 21

End the work week at Delaware Hospice's Beef and Brew at the Georgetown CHEER Center from 6:30-10pm with music by The Funsters, food by Lighthouse Catering and beer and wine by Banks Wines & Spirits and the Starboard Restaurant. Proceeds benefit Delaware Hospice, the only [...]

Living LOCAL: Top 5 Ways to Do-DE

For such a small state, Delaware has a lot going on. This far from a complete list of Things-to-Do, but its a great start to your Delaware Bucket List.

Top 5 Ways to Do-DE


Delaware State Parks

Delaware Beaches


Delaware Culinary Trail

Delaware Wine and Ale Trail

Delaware History Trail

Delaware Geocaching [...]

Home Buyer Enthusiasm Helped Drive Up Prices in 2013

Home buying

Home buyer enthusiasm has driven home prices to their largest annual gain since 2005, according to a recent article in the Wall Street Journal.

Evidently, home buyer interest fueled by low mortgage rates as well as reduced inventories helped drive prices up in 2013.

Now, experts are saying that home buyers and home sellers can expect price gains to level off in the wake of the home buying [...]

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