Empty Nester Alternative: Living in the City

While some empty nesters stay in their family home and some move to senior communities, others choose to move to a city condo full-service apartment building to simplify and enhance their lives. This Brookline Adult & Community Education course will cover economics, lifestyle changes, and condo association issues; purchasing versus renting; and will survey the full-service buildings located in Boston and Brookline areas.  An industry expert, real estate agent and seminar leader Andrew Friedland, whose approach is to de-mystify and coach, will unravel the search and buying process so that you can focus on your goals.  You’ll leave with a packet full of ideas to assist you in finding your next new home in the city. One session, Tuesday, October 6, 7:00 – 9:00 pm, $43.  .  For more information and to register:  www.brooklineadulted.org, 617-730-2700.

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