Tinton Falls, New Jersey, Jersey Shore, maintenance-free lifestyle, priority list, Harrison model, Round-the-clock security, on-campus restaurants   Willy and Karin Goedeke during a visit to Moorea, French Polynesia.

When Willy and Karin Goedeke returned home from their Pacific cruise in late February, they jumped right back into cruise life on land. The couple takes several cruises a year and calls their homebase—Seabrook, the Erickson Living community in Tinton Falls, N.J.—their “permanent land cruise.”

(From left) Maris Grove woodshop chairman Bill Queale shakes hands with Charlie Bustard of Ann’s Choice, and Maris Grove woodshop member Hal Marden shakes with Jack Cunningham of Seabrook.

Members of campus woodshop groups at Erickson Living communities love their hands-on hobby and use their skills on a variety of projects.

Jack Cunningham repairs a chair for one of his Seabrook neighbors.

Woodworkers at Seabrook don’t just build toys, furniture, pens, and cutting boards, they build relationships through community service. The woodshop group at the Tinton Falls, N.J., Erickson Living community recently donated two handmade wood cabinets to the nearby historic Crawford House, also in Tinton Falls. 

Seabrook resident Arda Henderiks with her computer open to the Facebook page.

New research confirms that people who have stronger social networks—both online and offline—live longer. 

Culver Hayes completed his 4,000th workout in the Seabrook fitness center.

Seabrook is one of 19 Erickson Living communities to introduce Signature Dining, an all-new, cooked-to-order menu.

Maxine Brown takes a break from all her activities and relaxes in her Brighton-style apartment home at Seabrook.

Karin and Willy Goedeke take several cruises a year. They call their homebase—Seabrook, the Erickson Living community in Tinton Falls, N.J.—their “permanent land cruise.”

Willy and Karin Goedeke may have been preparing to retire at Seabrook for ten years, but they almost let their ideal apartment home slip through their fingers. Luckily, they took advantage of a second chance and perfect timing to sell their house.

Seabrook Personal Moving Consultant Laurie Williamson says it’s best to have your house on the market between February 15 and February 28—and she’s here to help you do it.

Although people often think of the end of March and April as the “spring market,” the truth is that buyers come out as early as January and February. As time goes on and the weather gets nicer, the market gets more saturated.