Post written by Maggie Braxton, Roche Realty Group, Inc. (603-520-1505)
Have you been thinking lately “should we downsize?” or “should we sell our home and enjoy our retirement?” or “let’s buy a small second home we can use in the summer and go somewhere warmer in the winter”. Many of the 76 million baby boomers and their families are thinking just that. To some, condo living may take a little getting used to but to many it’s the only way to live….
- Low maintenance lifestyle
- Lawn maintenance and landscaping
- Snowplowing/shoveling performed
- Trash pickup completed
- Staining/painting & exterior maintenance tasks
- Maintenance free pool and/or clubhouse you may have wanted
- More traveling possibilities…easy to lock up and go away for a week during the winter
- More social interaction
These are just a few of the benefits of condominium living.
There are different floor plans for condos too. Garden style, townhouse style, free standing condos, duplexes, triplexes, four-plexes…..we have them all in the Lakes Region. We have seen a strong interest recently for one level living or at a minimum a nice master suite on the first floor.
More buyers are researching the condominium market in the Lakes Region as a possible investment, second home or for lifetime changing opportunities because of the beautiful surrounding area and the multitude of activities. The Lakes Region offers summer and winter activities for everyone such as boating, hiking, biking, walks along a beach, theater, restaurants, shopping, skiing, snowmobiling, snowshoeing just to name a few.
A great place to research the various condominium communities in the Lakes Region is the “Community Section” at www.s21794.p694.sites.pressdns.com. Simply scroll down and you’ll find a wealth of information with photos of each community covering every town in the Lakes Region, and then followed by every listing presently available for sale. After you reviewed the numerous options available feel free to call me anytime. I’d be happy to show any of them at your convenience.
Come join us in the Lakes Region…you’ll be so glad you did.