Ed Ganss tends to his garden at Seabrook in late summer.

With spring settling in, Ed Ganss is anxious to see if his red bud saplings survived the below-freezing temperatures of the harsh winter. Alongside salvia and tomato plants, Ed cares for saplings in plastic and clay pots in his garden spaces at Seabrook, then transplants them when they’re big enough to areas around the 98-acre campus.

A senior couple shake the hand of a realtor next to a Sold sign in front of a house.

The weather may not feel like spring, but in the real estate world, the spring market is well under way. If you’ve been considering listing your house, now is the time. And here are three reasons why.

1. It’s a seller’s market according to New Jersey Realtors®. Their July 2017 report concluded:

Associate Executive Director Jennifer McNamara and resident Donald Giles take a ballroom dancing class at Seabrook, the Erickson Living community in Tinton Falls, N.J.

Jennifer McNamara may crack corny jokes, but she takes her new role as associate executive director at Seabrook seriously.

Paula Digerness assumed the role of executive director at Seabrook. She’s lived all over, including rural Iowa, Southern California, and now New Jersey, where she’s passionate about making a positive difference in people’s lives.

Paula Digerness may be new to the role of executive director, but she’s not new to Seabrook. And if you haven’t met her yet, you’re going to want to get to know her. She’s committed, kind, and says she’s a little quirky—endearing qualities shaped by a variety of life experiences around the country.

Picture A: stylish chair, picture B: a garden, picture C: a robin's nest with eggs

1. Which one of the above images do you identify with?

2. What’s your favorite way to enjoy dinner? 

a. Dining out with friends

b. Picking up to-go and watching a movie at home

c. Trying a new recipe in my kitchen

The newly renovated Tides Café sports a timeless, coastal look, more efficient layout, and better acoustics.

Besides touring beautiful apartment homes and meeting fabulous people, there’s another reason to visit Seabrook this year. The Tides Café recently reopened, and you’re going to want to see it for yourself.  

Judy Tier uses the MyErickson app to view her meal balance, events, and staff and resident directories.

Life just got even more convenient for people who live at Seabrook

Resident ambassador Carol Bicket gives tours and provides a firsthand look at what life is like at Seabrook. You might very well meet her when you visit the Erickson Living community in Tinton Falls.

For Carol Bicket, the only downside to joining Seabrook’s priority list at age 61 was that she wasn’t old enough to move into the Erickson Living community in Tinton Falls, N.J.

(From left) Mike Seidman, Jack Hubemy, Ken Hor, Jerry Weinstein, and Mel Shteir play billiards weekly in Seabrook’s Town Center Clubhouse, one of hundreds of activities you’ll find going on around campus.

The living room in Seabrook’s clubhouse buzzes with conversation as people researching their retirement living options gather in several groups of 10 to 12. A resident ambassador or a staff member answers questions about life at the Erickson Living community in Tinton Falls, N.J.