Boomers Rationalize, Plan to Retire Earlier

Boomers Rationalize, Plan to Retire Earlier

Baby boomers today feel better about housing values and now plan to retire, and possibly move into senior communities, sooner than expected, according to industry research experts.

According to a 2013 Del Webb Baby Boomer Survey released this month, people between 50 to 60 years old say they want to retire from their full-time career by the age of 65, compared to a median age of 67 in 2010.

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