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Choosing city or suburbs for your retirement
Publishing date: 13.07.2011

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Some pointers for those who have ample funds to choose between an urban and suburban neighborhood when shopping for a retirement property. Inside Bay Area, July 10, 2011

Homebuyers with young children and engrossing careers have a narrow focus. Most want to live in a suburb that offers top-notch schools and a short commute from work.
Soon-to-retire buyers often consider a wider array of options.
Many prefer to downsize in a suburb where they already live, while others eagerly explore retirement in an urban hub.

"More people in the upper boomer group now want to move to the city, mostly for its cultural enrichment and easy accessibility," says Dorcas Helfant, a real estate broker and former president of the National Association of Realtors (www.realtor.org).
Helfant says an increasing number of homebuyers in their 50s and 60s who live in suburbia are eyeing the amenities of a vital city neighborhood where quality restaurants, museums, theaters and public transportation are within walking distance.

read the entire report on Inside Bay Area’s website









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