Last updated on October 2, 2020
This is what every generation thinks of real estate
There has long been a generational divide when it comes to music, fashion, and politics…but there’s also a growing generational gap when it comes to real estate.
As the charts show, starting in the 1990s, both the amounts each generation has invested in real estate, as well as the value of those investments, have differed dramatically. And generational experts say that while some of this has to do with luck and timing—those factors have also shaped each generation’s overall feelings about owning a home. READ MORE
Ralene Nelson, REALTOR®
PENDING – 733 Brookside Ln. Rio Vista
Lovely Yountville model with Solar is located in the Trilogy Active Adult Community. Home boasts of charm with decorator colors. Tile floors, fireplace, french slider & shutters create a cozy great room. Kitchen is a chef’s delight with granite counters, Tile backsplash, 5 burner gas stovetop, island for prepping & Reverse Osmosis. READ MORE
PENDING – 14310 State Hwy 160 Road Ryde, CA
Located on the Sacramento River, this premier Equestrian retreat has it all, updated Victorian 3 story home built in 1900. Private boat dock, 2 swimming pools, spa, equestrian riding arena with barn, 4 stalls, grazing area, & fruit trees (pears, walnut, plums & apple). READ MORE
FREE THINGS TO DO AT HOME DURING THE COVID-19 QUARANTINE
CHEAP AND EASY DIY OUTDOOR FALL DECORATIONS
Show Off Your Colorful Mums
Vibrant mums can be arranged in a variety of ways. Try placing them in wagons, wheelbarrows or rustic pots for an easy-to-assemble seasonal display.
Use Haystacks for Height
Show off your decor for the whole neighborhood to see by boosting it up with haybales. After fall, use the hay (and pumpkins) for a winter compost pile then, later, as fertilizer in springtime.
A Scent-Tastic Season
Mmm, gotta love the spicy scents of the season! Recreate this inexpensive DIY by wrapping cinnamon sticks around dollar store candles. Just secure with twine and your home will be filled in a fall aroma.
Piece Together a Fall Findings Wreath
Can you believe it only took 5 items to make this simple fall wreath? Take a peek at how gathering acorns and pinecones can create a welcoming look for your home.
Arrange a Rustic Tabletop
Transform your plain porch table into one filled with rustic autumnal elements. One tip: Flammable porch decorations and real candles don’t mix. Opt for battery-operated lights and lanterns instead.
5 Reasons Why Seniors Might Sell Their Homes
Many seniors feel that since they own their home, they should just keep it. For others, the thought of moving simply never crossed their minds. However, staying in your current home is not always the best option. There are many reasons seniors should consider selling their homes and switching to a house that is more suited to fit their needs. Let’s explore the top 5 reasons seniors would be better off moving to a different home. READ MORE
Helping Seniors Move: Moving Advice and Tips
We know planning and executing a move can be a challenging and overwhelming process at any age. But it can also be an exciting time. And for seniors, there are some unique considerations involved, like the possibility of transitioning to a retirement or assisted living community or moving to a smaller home or apartment that may require a significant amount of downsizing. No matter where you’re headed, our moving guide is designed with seniors in mind — to ensure a smooth and positive transition. In our guide, you’ll get moving advice for seniors, tips for identifying when the time is right to move, how to prepare for a move, and advice for getting settled into your new home. READ MORE