Where to move is a challenge facing so many Mississauga baby boomers. In this episode we are exploring South Georgian Bay with our Boomers on the Move series. As life transitions into retirement, so many in the 55+ demographic need to figure out what to do next. It’s Scott Brubacher Broker here. I’m a Boomer and exploring the ring around Mississauga. By scouring the internet, searching MLS and jumping in my car. We are here to help! So check out my interview below with Emma Baker Broker at Clarewood Real Estate Corporation Brokerage in Collingwood. Where she discusses what’s the draw for baby Boomers considering a move up to Collingwood and South Georgian Bay.
Emma suggests jumping in your car and coming up for a day trip to exploring the area. First off, starting with your needs, wants and price point then build your own list so as to get pointed in the right direction for your search. Further get setup for both an emailed report of new daily MLS listings. As well as exclusive listings not publicly advertised. So start exploring South Georgian Bay with Boomers on the Move and hear what Emma has to say.
Don’t sit on your plans to downsize your home for retirement. It takes planning, time and above all else action.
Emma explores Collingwood, Blue Mountain and nearby villages and communities with housing and amenities Baby Boomers want. To name a few of the villages in South Georgian Bay; Kimberley, Markdale, Beaver Valley, Meaford, Thornbury, Stayner, Wasaga Beach, Creemore and Clearview. Different from Collingwood and Blue Mountains, each have their own distinct downtown, amenities and different types of housing options. Notably all within easy driving distance of each other.
Exploring South Georgian Bay with Boomers on the Move
Where to move is a challenge facing so many Mississauga baby boomers.
All things considered, exploring South Georgian Bay is high on my own list of 10 best places. You need to make your own list. Or create your own vision board. Even better yet, YOU can join our next FREE Boomers On The Move Online Workshop to learn ways to overcome your own challenge when it come to downsizing your home for retirement. Our panel of experts discuss;
- Where to Move?
- What to do with all our stuff?
- Should we Stay or Go?
First off, my own personal list includes, a welcoming community, outdoor activities like skiing, biking an hiking. Important for me to be close to the water for boating and recreation. Secondly, a good size community with a downtown, shopping, dining and socializing with like minded people. Plus easy commute to Mississauga to visit family and friends. Not to mention an easy drive to the international airport for travel. Third and equally important is housing types that suits my needs and price point. Lower maintenance and something like larger Town homes and Bungalows would suit me fine.
Whenever it comes to downsizing your home for retirement. Where to move? is one of the biggest challenges for many Mississauga Baby Boomers. Downsize in the city or a move to the the outskirts. Collingwood and Blue Mountain are quick to pop in mind but there are so many options out there. Niagara , London, Stratford, Ottawa, Kingston, Georgina and the list goes on. Finally, let me know what’s holding you back??
So don’t sit on your plans, take action and call me to discuss whats next for you and how to make it happen.
Scott Brubacher Real Estate Broker, Royal LePage Meadowtowne Realty Brokerage 905-821-3200 (Mobile) 647-223-0237