Here’s how Americans are envisioning their retirement years

According to a survey of 2,000 respondents by Provision Living Senior Living Communities, 52 percent of Americans say they think about retirement four or more times per week.

The Real Word: The Airbnb hack you should know about

Watch Byron Lazine and Nicole White discuss a new Airbnb hack in real estate. People are asking to lease with an option to buy in six months — and to be able to rent the property on Airbnb while leasing.

What’s the latest bathroom trend for baby boomers? Accessibility

Three agents in Los Angeles, Denver and Jacksonville say baby boomers are requesting accessible bathrooms as they begin planning to age in place.

Bathroom trends: Tubs are out, new faucets are in

Move aside millennials — baby boomers are leading the way in what’s hot and what’s not in the 2018 Bathroom Trends Report from home furnishings marketplace Houzz.

The serious housing issues baby boomers are facing

The largest share of baby boomers is a decade away from moving past age 65 and into their very senior years. Nevertheless, time is running out to prepare for their housing, financial, social and medical needs, according to a new report from the Harvard…

Millennials and baby boomers are competing for the same homes

Baby boomer parents, now empty nesters, don’t need their large two-story home anymore — they want the same kind of home millennials want. Here’s what real estate pros should know about these two generations and the housing competition between them.

The 5 most important findings from Zillow’s consumer trends report

Eighty-four percent of all sellers said they rely on agents to provide guidance from the beginning to the end of the transaction, but millennials are the most likely to take on a DIY approach.

Don’t blame baby boomers for surging home prices: Trulia

Baby boomers have no sway on the affordability of housing in major markets like San Francisco and New York City, according to a new study.

Seniors are on the ‘precipice’ of a huge sell-off wave. Here’s why that’s bad

Real estate professionals have been waiting patiently for baby boomers to put their houses up for sale and stop the inventory crisis. But if this happens, it could actually throw the market into a tailspin, according to new research from Fannie Mae.

What baby boomers, Gen X, millennials and Gen Z have in common

Baby boomers, Gen Xers, millennials and Gen Zers all have a lot to learn from each other, panelists from each generation agreed at Inman Connect San Francisco on Thursday.