Walkable Neighborhoods: Attract Interested Buyers with One Not-so-Obvious Home Feature

How much value is there to living in a community that’s difficult to access? As home buyers are increasingly focusing on community features during their home search, walkable neighborhoods are becoming a bigger and bigger draw. Today, we explain just what makes a neighborhood walkable, which demographics are searching for homes like yours, and how […]

Why don’t Millennials want Your Crap?

A 2014 United States census report states that more than 20% of America’s population will be 65 or older by 2030. And with an older population comes different needs for aging residents. For the first time in modern history, multiple generations are downsizing simultaneously, according to Mary Kay Buysse, executive director of the National Association […]

The Missing Middle: What’s Missing and Who Cares?

The American Dream has traditionally included a single-family home on a neat, level yard with a white picket fence. According to the National Association of REALTORSⓇ “Profile of Home Buyers and Sellers 2016” (NAR), that dream still holds true for many homeowners. Last year, the “typical” home purchased was 1,900 square feet, had three bedrooms […]

Home Today, Home Tomorrow: The Growing Trend of Aging in Place

Everyone has a different idea for how they would prefer to Live the Life You Choose—especially when it comes to getting older. Some people may want to reconnect with their children (and grandchildren!) and move into adjoining “mother-in-law apartments” on the property. Others may want to live out their retirement sipping cocktails poolside in a […]