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Find insights below whether you are a first time home buyer (it can be one of the smartest decisions you’ll ever make) or are looking to downsize for retirement or perhaps even buy a vacation home.
Housing is most people’s biggest expense. And, if you own your home, it is likely your largest asset. Your home equity is the value of your home minus your mortgage balance and any other debts secured by the home. This value can be used strategically to improve your financial situation over the long term.
Your home is also a big factor for your happiness. Where you live determines a lot about your life.
Besides the financial considerations of housing, there are obviously a lot of lifestyle factors. Here are all the resources you need for finding your best place place to retire.
Your home is a valuable asset. It is also a powerful financial tool for retirement. Explore 5 ways to use your home equity. Read now…
Explore some of the issues around the family home and how it works as an inheritance.
Get insights for the best way to use your money. What are the pros and cons of paying off mortgage vs. investing?
Explore why de-cluttering is the ultimate retirement and estate planning task. 7 compelling reasons to clean out your closets this year.
Have financial holes in your retirement plan (like not enough savings or unknown risks? See if you should use home equity to fill them.
Learn about average home equity and how it impacts your wealth, especially if you are in the lower or middle classes.
Downsizing for retirement is a great strategy – especially for those who have not quite saved enough. Get 15 tips for a big exciting move!
Buying a home could be among the smartest and most impactful things you do in life. Find out why and how to do it responsibly.
A home equity loan at retirement may seem counter intuitive. However, there are some compelling reasons to consider taking on this debt.
You might be surprised to learn that paying off your mortgage may not be the right financial decision. Even if it is the right emotional choice.
Learn how climate disasters could impact your retirement and take steps now to protect your health and wealth from possible negative impacts.
The ultimate guide to retirement relocation: 20 best places to retire lists, 6 calculators, and tips to help you find your ideal locale.
As with any economic shift, there are winners and losers. See who benefits and who will suffer more from the recent interest rate hike.
Explore the 3 main reasons why your property insurance is so high and discover ways to reduce your expenditure.
People often worry about the wrong things. You might be watching the stock market, but other metrics are significantly more important to most.
Residential mobility may have surprising emotional benefits. However, most people want to stay put. Explore pros and cons of relocating.
Six reasons tiny homes are increasingly popular for retirement and how to see if it is a good option for you.
Your home is an important part of your retirement lifestyle and finances. With housing prices at record highs, is it time to sell?
Far flung locations are some of the best places to retire in the world. Explore a range of 17 surprising retirement destinations.
Should you try to cut housing costs? Is there an option that is right for you? Downsizing? Retire abroad? Refi? Explore your options.
Authors Amanda Lambert, a geriatric care manager and consultant, and Leslie Eckford, a licensed clinical social worker and RN with a focus in mental and geriatric health, have published Choose Your Place, Rethinking Home as You Age. The book is great for anyone who is thinking about retirement and is willing to consider where they…
Episode 51 of the NewRetirement podcast is an interview with Melissa Fredette — former President of Postgraduate Programs at Hult International Business School — and discusses what she learned during her journey to FI and as she transitions into retirement before 50 using a portfolio of rental properties. Listen Now: Don’t miss out on future…
Are you wondering how to to retire overseas? If so, you’re in good company! Retiring Overseas Has Almost Doubled in Popularity Retiring abroad has become increasingly popular. According to the Social Security Administration, the number of retirees who draw Social Security outside the U.S. jumped 40%, to more than 413,000 between 2007 to 2017. And,…
Explore reverse mortgage pros and cons for this stressful time. Can the loan improve your emotional and financial well being? Is it right for you now?
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