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March 17, 2018
Most Baby Boomers do not seem likely to move. For as long as it is feasible, a 2009 AARP telephone survey of 1,600 adults 45 and over found that 73 percent strongly agreed they want to stay in their current residence and 67 percent strongly agreed they want to stay in...
March 16, 2018
Presently, Baby Boomers show preferences that may help shape the supply of homes in the US. According to a 2014 national survey by the Demand Institute:
Of the 37% that have plans to move, 54% will downsize and the other 46% will upsize from the size of the house th...
March 9, 2018
There are several priorities that the majority of older adults appear to have about the built environment. Police presence and school improvements rank high importance, but the Joint Center for Housing Studies of Harvard University found that “access to various service...
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