Housing Transitions in Retirement: It’s Your Move

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Affordable, accessible, and well-located housing is central to quality of life for people of all ages, but especially as we near retirement age. As the single largest item in most household budgets, housing costs directly affect day-to-day financial security. In addition, the entire concept of what one considers a good life has many meanings. For the most part, people want an active life — physically, mentally and socially — and to serve those wishes, a living environment should offer those amenities. Education, planning and resources are the key to making the best housing choice for you.

But where do you turn to find informative and reliable resources? We hope you find the following recorded webinar a helpful place to start! In this video, special guest and well-respected life transitions expert, Dr. Jim McCabe, shares insights and resources to help you understand your options when it comes to managing housing transitions in retirement. If you are thinking about a housing transition for yourself or for a loved one, please feel free to contact our team to have a conversation about your specific needs.

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Dr. Jim McCabe is the President of Eldercare Resources. He has more than 25 years of experience in health care and long term care planning. Dr. McCabe has twice served on the Board of the American Society on Aging and is a member of the National Financial Planning Association. He is the author of the book Solving the Housing Retirement Puzzle: 20 Tips to Help You Make the Right Decision, and is a frequent contributor to journals and newsletters.

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