Boomers on the Move Spring 2021 Video- To begin with, It’s Scott here with my Boomers on the Move Spring 2021 workshop. As a result of COVID-19 emerging last year. More Baby Boomers began smart-sizing their homes as they transition into retirement. In so much as there is no one size fits all. For some Boomers, they’ll be moving up into a condo apartment, smaller home or townhouse in the city. While for others moving outside the GTA. Initially in search of communities more suited to more leisure time, a new lifestyle and with things to do. So watch the Youtube video below; Boomers on the Move Spring 2021
So 30 some odd years ago, many of us graduated from school, moved to the city for a job, got married, bought a house, had kids and raised a family. Then, schools, soccer fields and proximity to work defined what kind of house we needed. Turn the page to now; Where to do we move? What to do with all our stuff? Should we stay or Go? Watch the video below for Boomers on the Move Spring 2021
So in this episode with Scott on Boomers on the Move, we explore options to stay in the city. Or moving outwards to South Georgian Bay and Muskoka. Scott discusses his from personal experience the < 7 Costly Mistakes to Avoid when Downsizing Your Home for Retirement> Further our special guest speaker Mike Drak discusses; “9 Principles for designing your ideal post-career lifestyle”. Watch the workshop in this YouTube video…
Boomers on the Move Spring 2021 Workshop Video
- Where to move if you want to stay in the city with Scott Brubacher broker (time 0:00 – 35:00)
- Interview on moving to South Georgian Bay with Krista Lesage sales representative (time 35:00 – 50:55)
- What to do with all my stuff discussion with Joan Ulrich (time 50:55 – 1:05:55 )
- Profile of moving to Muskoka with real estate agent Catharine Inniss sales person (time 1:05:55 – 1:27:25)
- Dilemma of Stay or Go with Heather Holjevac Financial Planner (time 1.27:55 – 1:37:20)
- 9 Principles for designing your ideal post-career lifestyle with author Mike Drak (time 1:37:20 – 2:36:53)
Where would we move?
Scott Brubacher, Broker, from Royal LePage Meadowtowne Realty Brokerage, knows that figuring out where to move can be a daunting task. YES! Listen as he shares his wisdom and tips he’s learned throughout his career of moving families!
In order to expand his knowledge and discover the challenges facing his generation, Scott interviewed hundreds and of baby boomers. As a result, Scott founded Boomers on the Move workshop in 2017. With the goal in mind, to rally other industry experts to provide guidance and help for couples and singles succeed to transition into a retirement.
In his session, he explores Georgian Bay as an option as a place to move. Looking to move out of the GTA but don’t want to lose out on the comforts and conveniences of city life? Then South Georgian Bay can offer you the best of both worlds, not to mention stunning views, attractions, and amenities for young families and retirees alike.
Check out the interview with Krista Lesage from Royal LePage Locations North.
What would we do with all our stuff?!?
Joan Ulrich is the owner-operator of TLC Moving Solutions and is a Certified Transition Specialist with a Certificate in Senior Move Management. She discusses how to how to minimize the stress of one of your biggest moves.
But also she is a certified Transition Specialist with a certificate in Senior Move Management. While working in assisted living residence. Soon Joan discovered her niche and talent for making seniors feel at home as they transitioned into senior living management. Not to mention that Joan is also a realtor with designations Seniors real estate specialist. Further she is an accredited senior agent. Boomers on the Move Spring 2021
Should I stay or should I go?
Heather Holjevac founder of the Holjevac Financial Group – CFP, CDFA, EPC, FP Canada™ Fellow She is a financial literacy advocate. Whether it be determining when to retire and wanting to know if you have enough or you’re downsizing your home Heather can help you take a full look at your financial outlook. Boomers on the Move Spring 2021
Heather is a 35 year veteran of the financial services industry. As she assists Boomers, CAREGIVERS, and the SENIORS they look after,. By helping them to NAVIGATE around the array of options available to them. As they TRANSITION through the LIFE STAGES of AGING, ILLNESS and DOWNSIZING.
Heathers provides FINANCIAL PLANNING AND COACHING to BOOMERS. In order to help them determine the different OPTIONS available to them. As they transition to retirement. Further helping them answer the question “ should I stay or should I go “ on their terms. This results in FINANCIAL PEACE OF MIND as her clients age and assist in the care of their AGING PARENTS.
Michael Drak says the rules of retirement have changed and there’s more at risk than ever. We are living longer and have to finance as many years in retirement as we had during our entire working career. You have paid your dues and have met your family responsibilities and now it is your time to create the lifestyle you’ve always dreamed about. Boomers on the Move Spring 2021
In fact Mike is the bestselling author of “Victory Lap Retirement”. Secondly he is an award-winning blogger, public speaker and retirement lifestyle designer. In as much focusing on the non-financial aspects of retirement. During Mike’s thirty-eight-year career. He became a veteran of the financial-services industry.
Then started his own Victory Lap in 2014. Mike now is busy helping others transition into their own personal versions. In addition to mentoring others, he gives speeches and seminars to groups across the country. Further he cultivates and maintains the Victory Lap community. Inside his latest book “Retirement Heaven or Hell” will be the topic of his part of tonight’s webinar .
Mike Michael says; “The rules of retirement have changed and there’s more at risk than ever. We are living longer and have to finance as many years in retirement as we had during our entire working career. You want less stress and more flexibility—to stay engaged with meaningful work, but in a limited way and on your own terms.”
Mike reviews his 9 Principles to help you to design and transition to your ideal post- career and retirement lifestyle
BONUS: Profiles of places to live! Muskoka
Catherine Inniss, Sales Representative, from Johnston & Daniel Rushbrook Realty joins us to discuss retiring in Muskoka! Muskoka’s rich history as a favourite tourism destination has created a wealth of watersport activities, culinary and cultural offerings. Thinking of retiring to the Muskoka area?
You won’t want to miss this!! Catharine, mainly connects with clients. While her husband Steve manages the web presence, technology, video, photography, design and this blog whenever he’s not out on, or in a lake.
Catherine was raised in Oakville, and moved to California, Massachusetts and Calgary due to jobs and relationships. She has lived in Gravenhurst and now lives in Port Carling. She is on the board of directors of the Muskoka Lakes Association for the preservation of the environment. She’s also past president of the The Lakelands Association of REALTORS® and has been interviewed a ton of times by the media Boomers on the Move Spring 2021
Bonus: Profiles of places to live! South Georgian Bay
Krista has been active in the Collingwood Real Estate market for over 20 years working with the Hawkins/Ryerse Real Estate Group. Krista made the transition from marketing coordinator to full time active REALTORⓇ in 2018. In 2019, Krista became a Presidents Gold Award winner representing the top 10% of Royal LePage National Sales.
Collingwood has been Krista’s home for life. She was born here, grew up here. Other than a few years away to attend Queen’s University has spent her adulthood in Collingwood. There truly is no place Krista would rather raise her family. She embraces Collingwood’s working class heritage. Further she enjoys the recreational and entrepreneurial community Collingwood has become. Boomers on the Move Spring 2021
Moreover, Krista’s roots run deep in the Collingwood area. Her father was a school principal for years and the Mayor of Collingwood for almost a decade.
Almost all of her family and her husband’s family still work and live here. From policing, to teaching, to nursing to small business ownership, there is no shortage of passion for this area in her family. On top of her career, Kritsa is married and a working mother with two young girls.
Above all, Krista has learned to appreciate what truly matters in life and all that living in a great town like Collingwood has to offer. Importantly, Krista takes pride in helping families find their ideal property. Absolutely she is dedicated to providing professional and personable service.