If You Are a Member of the Growing Senior Community

 And considering a move, why utilize the services of a Real Estate Professional who possesses the Senior Residential Specialist Certification?

Adults aged 50+ represent more than 20% of the U.S. population.

For most senior adults, the homes that they live in are their largest asset and account for most of their net worth.

You need a Realtor with senior experience, knowledge and market savvy. Among the many designations that Margaret has obtained, she felt a strong need to acquire the SRES designation as an added benefit to better serve the needs of her senior clients. Those qualities, along with a special knowledge of managing the sale of a home for those over the age of 50 is what Margaret Biegelman can bring to the real estate transaction.

As a Senior Residential Specialist, Margaret is astute to the financial and emotional challenges her senior clients face when selling a long-held family home. Margaret has all the resources and knowledge to simplify the process and help to eliminate the anxiety of selling your home. If you are thinking about selling your own home or the home of a loved one, I look forward to working with you.

Senior Info

Aging with Dignity's Five Wishes document

Alzheimers Disease Education and Referral Center

Book: The Complete Idiot's Guide to Long Term Care Planning by Marilee Driscoll Medicare information at:

The National Right to Life Committee's "Will to Live":

National Hospice and Palliative Care:

Non-medical assistance to help the elderly stay in their homes longer

Wallet-size cards w/ health directive document retrieval service:

AARP Website:

AARP's complimentary reverse mortgage booklet Home Made Money:

National Association of Home Builders

Social Security Administration:

US Census Bureau For the index of data provided by the US Census Bureau visit:

U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission Educating Seniors about investing wisely and avoiding fraud:

Estate Planning:

Estate Planning:

Fannie Mae:

Information in English and Spanish for buying and owning a home:

National Reverse Mortgage Lenders Association, Use Your Home to Stay At Home:

Reverse Mortgage Lending Limits by county:

U.S. Dept. of Housing & Urban Development's Top Ten Things to Know if You Are Interested in a Reverse Mortgage:

Home Inspection/Protection

American Society of Home Inspectors:

National Association of Certified Home Inspectors:

National Association of Home Inspectors:

Protect your home from weathering conditions:

Housing Facility Resources

To compare congregate housing facilities, see the checklists at

The American Moving and Storage Association provides consumer information about moving household goods:

National Association of Professional Organizers:

A host of assistive devices:

A neighborhood information search engine:

Ergonomic gadgets for the kitchen, cleaning, and garden:

Information about the upper tier residential market:

Technology products to foster independent living:

Disposal of books, distributes to charities. To sell collections, go to individual books

Assisted Living Facilities

Eldercare Attorneys

Work With Margaret

Margaret BIegelman has worked in the real estate industry for over 20 years and has amassed a renowned class of clientele and unmatched experience. Bringing together the passion, dedication, and resources to help her clients reach their buying and selling goals. With you every step of the way.

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