Seabrook resident with dog

Introverts often say they never quite fit in. They’re a “loner” or an “outcast.” They tend to fear large groups of people. But for introvert Amy Volz, a large population was exactly what she needed to feel comfortable as she transitioned into retirement. 


Real estate professionals throughout New Jersey report a strong real market, and they don’t expect it to ebb soon. According to Jeffrey Otteau, a Central Jersey-based appraiser, home sales were up 19% in April 2015 over April 2014. What’s more, sale prices are up over last year. 

Seabrook resident with dog

With hundreds of choices, selecting the retirement community that best fits your needs and lifestyle can be overwhelming. But often, common myths about retirement communities can cloud your judgment.

Seabrook residents

Less than ten years ago, before the housing bubble burst, the size of people’s homes helped define their financial success. Yet, now, as the housing market rebounds, more and more people are choosing living accommodations that more reasonably address their personal needs.

Seabrook residents

When Paul and Mary Kliauga moved to Seabrook, the Erickson Living community in Tinton Falls, N.J., Mary’s sister Theresa Park wasn’t far behind them. Though she was more than 1,600 miles away in Waco, Tex., she moved just under a year after Paul and Mary in April 2014.

Personal Moving Consultant Laurie Williamson

The real estate market looks strong as we head into the heat of the spring selling season. While the market has been improving, real estate agents predict this will be the strongest selling season we’ve had in years. 

Margot Rivera typically grows tomatoes, herbs, annuals, and perennials in her two gardens at Seabrook.

After one of the coldest winters on record, gardeners at