Retiring to a College Town

We have had a number of clients retire to college towns. These are the most popular reasons.

  • Universities offer some of the most interesting and diverse continuing education
  • A university with a strong NCAA team is energizing to the community. Go Wildcats!
  • Patrons of the arts and sciences can enjoy high quality theater, music, dance  and lectures at minimal cost
  • Guest speakers on a variety of topics and experiences are invited to speak throughout the year
  • Small university communities feel big as they attract high quality stores and restaurants
  • Amazing infrastructure is developed in support of the university and extends to the community, such as healthcare, communications, and public transportation

The primary reason for most retirees is to be closer to extended family in the same area. Selecting the right college town takes some research. Big 10 universities can seem overwhelming to some, while small private colleges can lack some of the features you look forward to.

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About Richard Gerber

Living Your Lifestyle A home is more than just architecture. A home supports our lifestyle. Whether you entertain large groups or prefer intimate gatherings. If you need privacy to work from home or an energizing space to spark creativity. Do you prefer a vibrant urban hub or quiet rural setting. A home nurtures who you are, it is why we feel comfort there, and it is why it is so important to us. We provide highly personal service to people buying and selling their most valuable asset, and their transition to their next home. We make the experience enjoyable, predictable, and worry free. We specialize in Sellers, Buyers and Investors of Luxury Homes, Single Family Homes, and Town Homes in Schaumburg, Palatine, Hoffman Estates, Elk Grove Village, Rolling Meadows, Inverness and other suburbs in Northern Illinois. For more information, feel free to contact me at Rich@RichardGerber.com or visit http://www.RichardGerber.com
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