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Does “Aging in Place” Make the Most Sense?




Does “Aging in Place” Make the Most Sense? | Bridge BuildersA desire among many seniors is to “age in place.” According to the Senior Resource Guide, the term means, “…that you will be remaining in your own home for the later years of your life; not moving into a smaller home, assisted living, or a retirement community etcetera.” There is no doubt about it – there’s a comfort in staying in a home you’ve lived in for many years instead of moving to a totally new or unfamiliar environment. There is, however, new information that suggests this might not be the best option for everyone.

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Should I Sell My House This Year?




Should I Sell My House This Year? | Bridge BuildersIf one of the questions you’re asking yourself today is, “Should I sell my house this year?” the current Housing Opportunities and Market Experience (HOME) Survey from the National Association of Realtors® (NAR) should boost your confidence as it relates to the current selling sentiment in the housing market.

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First-Time Buyers Are Searching for Existing Homes This Year




First-Time Buyers Are Searching for Existing Homes This Year | Bridge BuildersIn the latest Housing Trends Report, the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) measured the share of adults planning to buy a home over the next 12 months. The report indicates the percentage of all buyers that will be first-time buyers looking to purchase a home grew from 58% in Q4 2018 to 63% in Q4 2019.

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Where Homebuyers Are Heading By Generation [INFOGRAPHIC]




Where Homebuyers Are Heading By Generation [INFOGRAPHIC] | Bridge Builders

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5 Reasons to Consider Living in a Multigenerational Home




5 Reasons to Consider Living in a Multigenerational Home | Bridge BuildersDid you know that 1 in 6 Americans currently live in a multigenerational household?

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