Now that all of your kids flew the nest and beginning the next chapter of their lives, it’s time for you to start the next exciting chapter of yours. By “rightsizing” your home, you could save time and money that could be better spent on things such as traveling, hobbies, and your retirement fund. After all, bigger houses tend to mean more expenses and maintenance.

If you are an Empty Nester and have been considering finding a new home to settle down for retirement, one that you could age in place, here are some things to consider:










If you have been thinking about finding a new home to age in place, now is a wise time to do so. Interest rates remain low and the strong Seller’s market continues to dominate the housing market in Oconomowoc and surrounding Lake Country areas. The equity you built could be used towards your retirement fund or for that dream vacation of yours. To find out what your home could sell for in today’s market, request a complimentary home market analysis or call us directly at 262-567-3611.


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According to the National Good Neighbor Day website, “the spirit of a great neighborhood starts with good neighbors.” Here are 7 ways you can be a good neighbor:


  1. Make your neighborhood a friendlier place simply by greeting or waving to your neighbors. It might inspire them to do the same.


  1. Host a tailgate party at home and invite your neighbors over to watch the game. Go Badgers!


  1. Invite your neighbors over for a cookout or bonfire.


  1. Help out an older neighbor with a chore such as raking the lawn.


  1. Do you have extra vegetables from your garden? Share them with your neighbors.


  1. Join Nextdoor, a free private social network for neighborhoods to stay connected with neighbors and informed about what is going on in your neighborhood.


  1. Pay attention to the safety and security of your neighbors and their homes.

Together, we can strengthen our communities by being a good neighbor. Show others how you celebrate National Good Neighbor Day by using #goodneighborday.


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