Communities

No matter whether your next home is in an Over 55 neighborhood or a Retirement, Assisted Living or Continuing Care Community we will help you find it.  Most real estate agents don't know much about retirement communities of any sort because they are not typically listed on the Multiple Listing Service.


However, because we focus our business on working with Older Adults and DownSizing BoomerAgers we have built relationships with many of the communities in the Atlanta area and can therefore provide a comprehensive bundle of services to help you find and settle into your new home.


The definitions of the different types of senior living are below.


Check back with us because we are currently in the process of visiting and reviewing the newer communities in the area.

Over 55

I moved to an Over 55 condo with some reservations because I didn't want to admit I was "of a certain age" but in the end I enjoyed it because everyone there was my age and there were no loud radios or screaming children (schhh - I shouldn't admit that).

Low Maintenance

We can find you a condo or townhome which may or may not be in an Over 55 community but because the outside maintenance is done for you it may be a good solution.

Sometimes it makes sense to combine two generations of a family - and find a home with a guest house for Mom and/or Dad. More/...

Another type of the multi- generation option is a home with an in-law suite.  This option can range from a spare bedroom and bath to a full apartment.  If necessary we can do an "age-in-place" remodel.  More/....

Planned Adult or Active Adult Communities are characterized by clusters of apartments and condominiums or even single-family homes built around a core of services and communities.  More/...

Usually have a minimum age requirement and do not need to be licensed.  Most rent from month to month, medical care is not provided and typically have full or partial kitchens.. However you can always select an in-home care professional to help with whatever you need.  More/...

AL are an increasingly popular solution for individuals who are no longer able - or no longer wish - to continue maintaining a home.  Residents are free to come and go as they wish.   Typically leased on a month to month basis, some may require a lease agreement.  MORE/...

In the old days these were what was known as a "nursing home".  Residents are typically unable to live independently and need more medical assistance that assisted living communities.  They offer 24-hour nursing care.   MORE/...

CCRC's allow for the level of care to be increased as needed - often at an additional cost and in a different location within the same campus.  The terms "pay-as-you-go" or "a-la-carte"  refer to the continuum of care options.  MORE/...

Memory Care is sometimes provided in a separate section of a Skilled Nursing Community - devoted to patients with dementia, while others are stand-alone communities.  More/...