Are "Baby Boomers" Still Viable Candidates For Home Ownership? Or Will They Be Just As Happy To Become Renters?
10,000 Baby Boomers will be hitting retirement age everyday for the next 15 to 20 years. Many if not most, and I am one of them, currently own large 3 to 5 bdm homes with big yards and lots of ongoing maintenance issues. They're now starting to downsize by the thousands. Anybody have a crystal ball? What do you think all these folks will do for housing for the rest of their lives? I've got my thought but I'd like to get your's before I share mine.