Avoid 6 Common Condo Pitfalls With 21st-Century Thinking

Too often, housing that targets “empty nest” and “life after work” buyers is still set up for “drop out of the mainstream” and “end of purposeful life” living that can dead-end people financially and socially in the future.  These condominiums and developments seem set on housing residents for a handful of quiet retirement years after age 65, instead of the active, involved decades that stretch into continually-changing futures with age 100 no longer a big deal. Flexiblity of design, form, and function is essential when considering what “home” needs to be for those decades of change ahead.    Read more………


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