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» Where Do You Want To Live When You Retire?
By Alex Cochran | Published 12/15/2007 | Universal Design Articles | Unrated

Make a move or stay put?  That's a question you need to ask yourself when you're thinking about your retirement, isn't it?  After all, the decision about where and how you live can be crucial to you getting the retirement you deserve.

» The Evolution of Kitchen Home Appliances in an Age-Free Environment
By Alex Cochran | Published 12/15/2007 | Universal Design Articles | Unrated

The "new" retirement would wisely be referred to as "unretirement," a decades-long, active, involved extension of life. Home will be headquarters during this exciting stage of life, and the kitchen will be command central.

» The Secrets of a Good Home Design: Moving Beyond the Obvious
By Alex Cochran | Published 12/15/2007 | Universal Design Articles | Unrated

This article is not your basic primer on selecting your “dream home”. Nor does it contain the list of “items to ask your designer” - these things can be found on any designer’s website or Google search. As important as those items are, what we are going to do here is drill-down into the design a little, bypass the fan-fare and talk about some specific concepts that will really make a difference in your life.

» 3 Whopping Assumptions Industry "Experts" Make About Baby Boomer Home Buyers
By Alex Cochran | Published 12/15/2007 | Universal Design Articles | Unrated

Marketing directed towards Baby Boomers, in particular Home Buyers, is greatly distorted from what these individuals really want. Why are advertisers - Home builders and Realtors - making these mistakes, and what can be learned from the assumptions they have made?

» Accessible Home Design
By Alex Cochran | Published 09/8/2007 | Universal Design Articles | Unrated

You can easily make your new or exsting home more accessible.  With just a few small changes, any home can support the needs of persons with limited mobility.



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