A Senior Real Estate Specialist has been trained by the National Association of Realtors to specialize in understanding the needs and complexities of helping Seniors with their housing choices
Your Mental Health and Where You Live
There was a great piece done on the Today Show about how to prevent Alzheimers. Surprisingly it may not be just your genetics but other environmental factors. The food you eat, your activity level, the stress you experience, and how social you are.
The modern lifestyle may make you miss something else that keeps the brain sharp: Enjoying the company of other people. Your ancestors never had to try to be social, it just came with the territory — they’d just bump into others all the time in the village and talk, he pointed out. So one of the most powerful things people can do is to move to an area with sidewalks, bike lanes and nearby shops so they’re more likely to meet their neighbors and make friends.
Location, Location, Location
Still the most important thing about real estate. When it comes to your mental well being, have a community where you can easily make and see your friends daily. Like an Active Adult Community!
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