RE/MAX Realtor Erica West Illustrates Why Credit Scores Still Count for Seniors

Many seniors whose mortgages are paid off, are retired and don’t expect to borrow money at this phase of their life assume their credit score no longer matters. “However, this is simply not true, and good credit can be a key factor in how you live out the rest of your days,” said RE/MAX Sun

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Housing Crisis Looms for Older Americans

The percentage of Americans over the age of 65 is set to double by the year 2050, according to data from the US Census. By that time, it’s expected that almost one in five Americans will be in that age group, something that a new report claims could lead to a housing crisis, as many will struggle to be able to find suitable accommodation.

Rentals Attractive To More Senior Citizens

We’ve heard an awful lot recently about how popular renting is becoming, but one of the more surprising things about this trend is that seniors especially, are beginning to look more favorably on rentals over homeownership. With older people, renting actually makes sense for several reasons – the biggest of them being the mobility that

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