SuziQ113 wrote: »
People wonder why there is such homelessness here. The rents have followed the housing costs. A basic studio apartment around this development can run any where from $1,400 to $1,800 a month. Yes, a studio apartment.
I am so thankful Charlie and I purchased when and where we did. We bought our town home at a then reasonable price. The units are now selling for almost triple of what we paid. I would love to live out my years in South Florida, but must be realistic. The profit alone would buy something decent for me in another area. I may have to brave the cold weather but at least I will not have to deal with hurricanes. My unit also has stairs and I have to plan for possible mobility issues. With no partner or children I have no one to depend upon, if I need assistance. I have been considering transitional communities, but the prices are well out of my price range, if I stay in SFL.
I have been thinking a lot about retirement and what it will look and feel like. I certainly do not want to be stubborn and refuse to move because of fear, memories, habit, etc.. An out-of-State move by myself seems very scary and is outside of my comfort zone, but one must be realistic and quality of life is very important to me.
SuziQ - SFL
janetr7476 wrote: »
Lisa - Thanks for thinking of us. She is not good, not good at all. Unfortunately we have become aware of more going on than we had a clue about, apparently substance abuse has come into the mix. I was completely blind sided. She packed up Thursday and is back in Denver, moved back in with husband and they are "going to work on their marriage". She had interviewed for a CPA job here in OK and was hired immediately and supposed to start this coming Monday. I've done nothing but cry. All I can do now is pray. Prayers and positive thoughts for her situation are much appreciated.
Love you my friends
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