Noe Valley Office
4040 24th Street
San Francisco, CA 94114
Frequently, when my colleagues and I recommend staging a property when putting it on the market, we are asked if doing so will actually enhance its value. Is it really a good spend?
At a certain point many seniors begin to think about downsizing. It could be that you are retired or are thinking of retiring, that your home has become too large for you to manage, or that it’s just time to move on to the next phase of life.
Recently I received an email, from the correct address of a friend, saying that they were in London and had been robbed of their passports, money and credit cards. They requested that I send money immediately, via Western Union.
In 2001, the VA did a study which estimated that, over the next 14 years, only about 30% of eligible veterans would apply for Pension.
Many seniors have owned their homes for a long time, and are starting to think about downsizing. And with all the contradictory information about the real estate market, you must be wondering if it’s up or down or what? And is now a good time to sell?
In these cold grey days of our San Francisco summer, it is easy to want to just curl up under the warmth of a cozy throw. But there is another way to keep warm, which will also keep you well, fit and independent: exercise!
Many seniors find visits to the doctor to be frustrating. The time is
too short, they don’t get the information they need or it is confusing,
and they don’t feel heard. What can you do so that you leave your
appointments feeling informed?
Most seniors love their homes and prefer to stay in them. It is important, however, to evaluate your home so that you can be safe and secure, now and in the future. What are some of the things you can do ensure your safety?
If you are a senior, or know any seniors who could benefit from stimulating day time activities with the added benefits of health care services, you probably want to know about Adult Day Health Care (ADHC). These centers are licensed community-based day care programs providing a variety of health, therapeutic, and social services. They enable seniors to continue living independently at home while thriving in a community that promotes their health, happiness, and quality of life.
Many seniors have been in their homes for 25 years or more. And often, as caring for the home becomes more challenging, seniors defer necessary maintenance as just too much to do. What are things to watch out for so that your home remains safe and whole?