Planning for your retirement years is an exciting endeavor, whether they’re right around the corner or years away. Retirement is a great time to try a new city or state, and research backs up that seniors are on the move. To help you plan where to spend your retirement years, we’ve rounded up the top 10 places to retire, based on census data showing where seniors are moving.
If you’re moving in the San Francisco Bay Area, you’ve got a lot of ground to cover when you’re deciding where to live. This guide focuses on the neighborhoods and suburbs outside the city, where you can find more breathing room for both living and your budget.
Moving in Portland, OR? We asked realtors to recommend the best neighborhoods in Portland for families, affordability, walkability, and character.
The bigger the city, the more potential for big moving headaches. This checklist for moving to a new city will help you ease all that stress and strain.
Whether you’re planning for your own home or helping a parent or other loved one live more safely and comfortably, here’s a list of the most common remodeling projects for aging-in-place.
If you feel stressed out by all your stuff, you’re not imagining things. Clutter overwhelms our senses, distracts us, and creates guilty feelings. So it’s no wonder why you’re finding it hard to relax. Find some relief from the mess and use this guide to create a decluttered and comfortable home.
We’re not just spring cleaning this year, we’re cleaning and disinfecting to protect against coronavirus. Take it up a notch with these tips on how to spring clean during COVID-19.
Whether you’re moving to a new spot in San Francisco itself or one of the surrounding Bay Area suburbs, there’s a lot you need to know. We hope to help you navigate the world of parking tickets, hills, bridge tolls, and moving companies so you land in the Bay area with ease.