Who is Fred Farmer and what is Fond Reflections Video? I was fortunate enough to be able to walk away from the corporate world (Qualcomm) a few years ago and decided I wanted to do something fun and worthwhile with my life. I started a service that I like to describe as a service that
The Foundation for Senior Wellbeing is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization whose mission is to serve the health, physical, intellectual and social needs of seniors. We are dedicated to improving and enhancing the lives of the growing population of seniors throughout North San Diego County by fostering the Five Elements of Senior Wellbeing: A sense
What is Seniors Real Estate Specialist (SRES®) and how is that different from a standard REALTOR®? Simply put, a Seniors Real Estate Specialist® is a REALTOR® who has successfully completed the Seniors Real Estate Specialist® designation program through the National Association of REALTORs®. This program is designed to educate REALTORs® on the unique needs and
Most older adults who are moving to a senior living community choose to sell their home as part of that transition. However, for some older adults, the idea of selling their beloved family home is what prevents them from moving into a senior living community. The good news is that for many people, they do
According to AAPR, “87% of adults 65+ want to stay in their home and communities as they age.” But successful aging in place is an active process that takes planning and resources. It is the mission of the National Aging in Place Council to be an “informational resource so that you remain active and healthy
Many older adults who choose to downsize later in life find renting to be prefered to owning a home due to the reduced maintenance and responsibilities. Becoming a renter, however, may pose some challenges. Here are some tips for becoming a renter after being a long-time homeowner. Start by knowing what rent you can afford.
Maybe it is something you have been thinking about for a while, or maybe an event triggered the question. Either way, older adults (and their adult children and family) often find themselves asking whether they should consider moving. And if so, when they should move. Each person and circumstance will vary, but be aware of