Boston Condos for Sale and Apartments for Rent
Working with seniors finding a Boston condo for sale
Many years ago, when I started writing for the Boston Real Estate Blog, I asked my mentor how can I come up with then ideas to write about, he told me, “Write about what happened to you that day, or the evening before.”
Based on that recommendation, lets give it try. Presently I’m working with a senior looking for a Beacon Hill or Back Bay condo for sale.
I have had many clients over the years who are 70 or older. I think my oldest client was in her early 90’s. There is no one size fits all housing solution for people who are over 65. It mostly depends upon what kind of a lifestyle the person has or wants.
Health and money weigh into the equation too. I have worked with a few people who are blind or almost blind. Some seniors like to jog and others don’t want a Back Bay or Boston high-rise condo where there are stairs to climb.
Some of my older clients have downsized while others have purchased larger homes. Sometimes it takes a larger house to meet the needs of a few generations.
Boston Condos for Sale and the Bottom Line
Listening is the most important skill for working with seniors. It is best not to make any assumptions about the size, and style of a house a person might want.
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