Senior Real Estate

The Post-Covid Future of Senior Living

The Post-Covid Future of Senior Living

Do you have a covered porch or patio? You can create safe-distancing visitation spaces there. Can you put a temporary canopy up in a yard space? How about two separate screen houses? Is it time to add a three-season or Florida room? Socialization is so important for all of us, but particularly for our seniors. Get creative and brainstorm different options. There are solutions available to fit any budget. 

Options and Ideas for ‘The Forgotten Middle’ of Senior Housing

Options and Ideas for ‘The Forgotten Middle’ of Senior Housing

Forbes has an interesting discussion about 'The Forgotten Middle' of Senior Housing.  “The Forgotten Middle” consists of older adults who don’t have enough money to pay for the housing out-of-pocket but aren’t poor enough to qualify for Medicaid and this group is...

3 Ways Gen Xers Can Start Tough Chats with Boomer Parents

3 Ways Gen Xers Can Start Tough Chats with Boomer Parents

3 Ways Gen Xers Can Start Tough Chats with Boomer Parents Even if you’re a Gen Xer and your parents are younger baby boomers who are healthy and fit, it’s not too early to start talking with them about their future. You can start addressing some of the more...

Multigenerational Living is Back and Huber Homes Can Meet Your Needs

Multigenerational Living is Back and Huber Homes Can Meet Your Needs

Multigenerational living is making a comeback and if you are looking for mutil-gen homes in Huber Heights, you are in luck. Huber home models can be retro-fitted for ADA compliance, and there are several models that would allow for converting existing space into separate living space by either remodeling the attached garage, or creating a doorway between bedrooms to make a small living suite. Ranch homes offer the opportunity for affordable renovations.