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Centra Falls in Pembroke Pines is “surban™” living at its best

Posted on Baby Boomers, Empty Nesters, Housing Trends, Millennials, Multi-Generational Families, Multigenerational Homes, Pembroke Pines, Real Estate December 7, 2016 by Janis

Centra Falls in Pembroke Pines is part of a new trend in real estate development: Surban™ living. Coined by a real estate consulting firm, “Surban™” refers to communities merging the best of suburban living with the convenience of an urban, walkable lifestyle. Surban communities are characterized by suburban qualities like low crime rates, good schools Read more →

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10 Reasons Centra Falls is Perfect for Multi-generational Families

Posted on Baby Boomers, Housing Trends, Millennials, Multi-Generational Families, Pembroke Pines July 27, 2016 by Janis

Multi-generational families are families with more than one generation of adults living under one roof. Recently, multigenerational living has been identified as a steadily growing housing trend. The number of American multi-generational homes has doubled since 1980. According to the Pew Research Center, as of 2012, more than 57 million Americans lived in multi-generational households. Read more →

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High home prices are good news for Rock Creek and Embassy Lakes empty nesters

Posted on Baby Boomers, Cooper City, Empty Nesters, Real Estate June 1, 2016 by Janis

The Wall Street Journal reported today “home prices are back to near-record highs.” A quick review of homes in Cooper City’s Rock Creek neighborhood on Zillow.com indicates many home prices are back to – or have pushed past – their 2004 highs! That’s great news for Cooper City homeowners who purchased their homes in the Read more →

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Centra Falls in Pembroke Pines is perfect for baby boomers

Posted on Baby Boomers, Pembroke Pines, Real Estate May 16, 2016 by Janis

Unlike their parent’s generation, today’s huge generation of baby boomers – those born in the two decades between 1946 and 1964 – are more active, often still working and not interested in the isolation of senior living. Instead, this generation wants brand new, easy to maintain homes they can lock up and leave when they Read more →

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