Is Age 60 The New 40?

Here’s a quick note to let you know how I can help you—or anyone you feel comfortable

It seems like every day you hear a story on the news about how people are living longer.

And as people get older, many are staying active, working well into retirement, eating

healthier, exercising, traveling, and generally not “acting their age”. In fact, many people

consider age 60 as “The New 40”.

Another thing this age group has in common is rediscovering themselves. For the first

time in decades, empty-nesters no longer need to consider square footage and school

districts as a driving force to be in the right place to live. One of the rewards of living a

long, healthy life is being able to afford life on your terms.

The next time you’re talking with a friend, family member or neighbor and they mention a

move to accommodate a lifestyle change, stop, take out your cell phone, look up my

number and immediately call or text me. Together we will make sure they get advice that

keeps them financially healthy for many years.

Matthew Haviland

Your Real Estate Consultant For Life

Keller Williams Realty Atlantic Shore 609-484-9890 ext 132

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