Boomers often install ramps, grab bars, wider doors, and single-story living to their homes to age in place.
Boomers typically downsize to smaller homes or right-size to lower-maintenance settings. They want retirement homes that are easier to operate and fit their lifestyle.
Boomers like active adult communities (55+). Fitness centers, social organizations, and senior-friendly activities are available in these towns.
Some Boomers choose to live with adult children or have them return home. Shared expenses and family support are possible.
Renting or home-sharing appeals to Boomers seeking flexibility, lower maintenance, and cost savings.
Boomers are adopting smart thermostats, security systems, voice-activated assistants, and medical alert systems for convenience and security.
Wellness-focused housing with fitness centers, walking trails, and community gardens is becoming more popular.
Boomers may use reverse mortgages to enhance retirement income or release home equity without selling.