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Get Ready for Retirement!?

Posted on August 10, 2017

The title of this blog is a call to action but also a question. Baby Boomers are entering their retirement years in droves and need to make changes to prepare for the change from work to more play, but also think about making a change to a more accommodating home. So how do you get ready to retire? Here are three areas of consideration:

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The New “Lakeview” in Danbury CT

Posted on June 13, 2017

In 2012 Jensen’s began to revitalize and reconstruct (see October 2016 Blog) our Lakeview community located on Lake Kenosia in Danbury CT. It had taken years to line up the availability of City Sewer, City Water was already connected. New water lines were installed throughout the community first, as a low-pressure sewer system was designed and approved.

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Enjoy the Best of Both Worlds with a Land Lease!

Posted on December 2, 2016

Prospective home purchasers sometimes stumble upon and are pleasantly surprised to realize the appeal of land lease communities. They are out looking for a new home and discover an attractive land-lease community. The place is immaculate, homes and yards are well cared for, there is a pool and clubhouse, and the home prices are very reasonable. They fall in love with the concept except the idea of a land lease is new and very different.

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Escape from an Oversized House!

Posted on November 11, 2016

People of all ages find small and tiny homes very intriguing. First time buyers are likely looking for something they can afford and are willing to live in a small space to be out on their own. Having your own four walls is a vast improvement to living with your parents, a less than desirable apartment or with roommates. Even a small home is your own home.

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The Revitalization of Jensen’s Lakeview (Danbury CT)

Posted on October 6, 2016

A manufactured housing land lease community is a long term investment for the community owners and for the home buyers who are also community residents. Key to keeping a community sustainable is providing amenities and more importantly reliable water and sewer service to residents.

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