It’s never easy to consider the fact that our parents may not be able to take care of themselves anymore. However, it’s important that we take the proper precautions to ensure that our parents receive the care that they deserve, and that may involve placing them in a senior care facility. Today, we share some tips and resources to help ease the transition for your parents.
Whether you’re looking to move up to your dream home or are ready to downsize from your current home as you head towards retirement, there’s a lot to think about when choosing a new place to live. It’s all too easy to obsess over the obvious things such as price and bedrooms, but here are some factors that can make a difference in how happy you are with your new house.
Ailing Family Member: When It’s Time to Move Closer
As the baby boomer generation moves into the retirement phase of life, many Generation Xers are making tough decisions about whether to move closer to parents or other family members who may be in need of their help. As a sandwich generation, these Gen Xers have questions about the right time to make a move and options on how to help aging loved ones. If you’re caught between caring for two generations and wanting the best for your elder family members, Clair Wentz at CaringFromAfar.com has put together some things for you to consider.
I am constantly asked “Should I rent out my house?” If a client is unsure about selling, if the house is vacated during disposition of the estate, or if the house has not sold for an extended period of time, renting can be an option.