Welcome to Long Island Seniors Lifestyle
Long Island is a great place for seniors and active adults to live and enjoy. We have put together a team of agents across Long Island to help you find the best home to meet your changing needs. Our agents are well versed in the special needs and opportunities for seniors who are buying or selling a home.
You can call us at 631-766-3450, we are here to answer any of your questions.
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Please feel free to search for homes and use the links we have provided to research many different topics. We can help you find homes in Active Adult Communities with low taxes and the Country Club Lifestyle you are looking for. To see recent sales of 55+ communities click here.
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|Seniors Real Estate Specialists® are REALTORS® qualified to meet the special needs and concerns of maturing Americans. A national program since 1998, The Senior Advantage Real Estate Council® (SAREC®) offers a specific designation, SRES®, to identify those members who have successfully completed its education program along with other prerequisites. |
By earning the SRES® designation, your REALTOR® has demonstrated necessary knowledge and expertise to counsel senior clients through major financial and lifestyle transitions involved in relocating, refinancing, or selling the family home. Your REALTOR® has received special training, gets regular updates, and is prepared to offer the options and information needed in making life changing decisions.
A Seniors Real Estate Specialist® is experienced and knowledgeable in meeting your specific needs. And that can make all the difference in the world.
A customized approach to your situation; an SRES works with how your living situation fits into your overall plan.
Expertise and patience without condescension.
An awareness of options and solid, reliable referrals for specific situations to explore those options.
A variety of choices to reduce out of pocket expenses, gain cash, or create or defer income streams to either stay independent or finance assistance.
Long Island Seniors now have a home, and a tour guide to Long Island's Senior communities and Active Adult Communities. We also have guides to assisted living communities on the island. Please let us help you find the perfect seniors community on Long Island. If you are moving out of state we can guide you to local experts anywhere in the country. If you have questions regarding selling you current home please let us know.
Let's get together and talk about your home buying and/or selling plans. Call us at 631-766-3450 or send us an e-mail melanie.@elliman.com , we'll setup a time that is easy and convenient for you to meet.
P.S. If you're not ready to meet in person, please tour through our website. We are sure you'll find the resources here useful and helpful. Enjoy!
Below are links to Long Island Assisted Living Homes
Atria Lynbrook Assisted Living
The Mayfair of Glen Cove
Old Bethpage Senior Citizens
AARP Website: http://www.aarp.org
AARP's complimentary reverse mortgage booklet Home Made Money: http://www.aarp.org/revmort
National Association of Home Builders http://www.nahb.org/directory
Social Security Administration: http://www.ssa.gov
Aging with Dignity's Five Wishes document http://www.agingwithdignity.org
AlzheimerÕs Disease Education and Referral Center http://www.nia.nih.gov/alzheimers
Book: The Complete Idiot's Guide to Long Term Care Planning by Marilee Driscoll
Medicare information at: http://www.medicare.gov
The National Right to Life Committee's "Will to Live": http://www.nrlc.org
National Hospice and Palliative Care: http://www.caringinfo.org
Wallet-size cards w/ health directive document retrieval service: http://www.healthdirectives.org
US Census Bureau For the index of data provided by the US Census Bureau visit: http://www.factfinder.census.gov
U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission Educating Seniors about investing wisely and avoiding fraud: http://www.sec.gov/investor/seniors.shtml