I do find it amusing when I find my name surrounded by construction equipment, since the last thing I built was with Lincoln Logs.
Feature: In Home, Out of Touch
by Jason Jacks
Most Baby Boomers want to retire where they live now. That will necessitate accommodations to age that they're not currently willing to accept.
A 2009 study by MetLife Mature Market Research and NAHB found that 63% of the Baby Boomers surveyed desired to age where they now reside.
Flip through ProSales – and/or download a PDF.
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