Conversations with Residents: Issue of Downsizing

Thursday, February 5, 2015*

Event: Conversations with RiverWoods at Exeter Residents - February 5 2015

*This event is currently full. Please consider attending one of our other upcoming events.

Join us for a free lunchtime conversation with residents and downsing expert Kathy Ashton

Making the move to a retirement community can be one of the most freeing decisions you’ll ever make, but transitions can be intimidating. Downsizing can be very overwhelming for many. Where do you start?

Join us for lunch with downsizing expert Kathy Ashton of Home Transitions, and get to know some RiverWoods residents. Learn how they handled downsizing issues and hear how they’re making the most of their newfound time, with a simpler and less cluttered life.

2015 Economic Outlook for Retirement - Ross Gittell

2015 Economic Outlook for Retirement- Featuring Ross GittellThursday, February 19, 2015

Learn how demographics & housing market trends might impact your retirement plans

Join us for a rare opportunity to gain insight on the facts and statistics that create the major economic trends for the coming year, including issues specific to retirement in the US, New England and New Hampshire.

This dynamic presentation will look at the global economic trends, and examine how they affect retirement-ready adults. The custom information will provide new insights, and will include a lively question and answer session as part of the program. Reserve early, as seating for this popular presentation is limited.

Real Estate Forecast 2015

Thursday, March 19, 2015

Top Trends to Watch in 2015Event: Thursday, March 19, 2015 at RiverWoods at Exeter NH Retirement Community

While much has changed for people who bought their first home in the 1950s, real estate remains the gold standard of value in New England. Successfully selling your home is more than just about location. It's also about timing and market fluctuations, foreclosures and shadow inventory. The tumult of the last ten years may feel like a distant memory as prices and sales are on an upswing, but people still want to know:

When is the best time to sell my home?

What does the future for housing look like?

What do I need to do in order to get the best return on my home?