So many of my empty-nester
clients are looking to live in downtown Chicago or places like downtown Glen Ellyn," said Susann Rhoades with RE/MAX Suburban in Wheaton, Ill.
THE ESTATES AT MADISON GREEN seemed tailor-made for empty-nesters
And the second thing is this: it is deemed to be the right time, now, to cater for the empty-nesters
precisely because time has swept them along to a new status.
8220;The right sized buyer is typically an empty-nester
that wants all of the bells and whistles in a smaller new home package in the community they know and love.
Targeting Gen-X buyers, move-up families, and move-down empty-nesters
Alisal offers a product niche for buyers who are willing to buy a less spacious home in exchange for a location closer to the beach.
Now Woodmont builds second-time, move-up homes ranging from $500,000 to $700,000, and empty-nester
abodes in the low $300,000s.
Feedback on other projects helped the builder recognize a need for upscale, but moderately priced, empty-nester
He also surveys shore vacationers to find out where empty-nester
visitors live, and targets those areas for advertising.
The company sells to first-time, move-up, relocating, active-adult, and empty-nester
builder of luxury homes, building for move-up, empty-nester
, active-adult, and second-home buyer markets in suburban communities in 21 states.
Through its operating subsidiaries, the Company develops residential building lots and constructs primarily single-family detached homes for the move-up, relocation and empty-nester
As this true tale illustrates, it can be tough for empty-nesters
to finalize their future housing plans.
should be "encouraged" by a new land tax to downsize to free up space for younger generations.
Alongside this, the phenomenon of 'pet parenting' has grown, whereby people, typically empty-nesters
or those without children, treat their pets as if they were their own children, spending large amounts on them and seeking the best available nutrition, to match or even exceed their own dietary expectations.
represent per-person spending of nearly $1,300 a year, vs.