The baby-boom generation expects to redefine retirement
A national survey of 1,000 persons by Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate found that 57 percent of boomers plan to leave their current homes when they retire.
But nearly three-quarters of boomers, 72 percent, say they will retire in the state where they currently live.
“For me, I think retirement is the change in venue that allows you to do the things you want to do that benefit others and brings you satisfaction and a sense of well-being,” says Julien Patterson, a former chairman of the Virginia Economic Development Partnership and the Virginia Chamber of Commerce.
40 percent plan to retire in … small towns. Bridgewater Retirement Community is a great choice for those looking for another Harrisonburg, VA retirement option.