Linden Ponds
Linden Ponds experts discuss spring real estate market, moving resources

Linden Ponds Sales Counselor Doris O’Keefe and Personal Moving Consultant Lynne Ford recently sat down with the Tribune to explain their roles in facilitating moves to the Hingham, Mass., Erickson Li

Maris Grove
Long-time neighbors ditch isolation for social-rich lifestyle

For 35 years, Rita Iezzi and Betty Kay McKeown lived three doors apart in Broomall, Pa. Now they live at Maris Grove, EricksonLiving’s retirement community in Delaware County, just 15 minutes away from their old neighborhood.

Maris Grove
Maris Grove’s balance course boosts safety and confidence

People who live at  Grove, EricksonLiving’s retirement community in Delaware County, Pa., have endless fitness opportunities. 

Maris Grove
Maris Grove sales staff

When Liz and Gabe Harrington decided to move from upstate New York to a location nearer their families—hers in Montgomery County, Pa., and his in Lansing, Mich.—they each launched a job search.

Seabrook's new merged apartment homes

Erickson Living community in Tinton Falls, N.J., is no stranger to customer feedback.

Laurie Williamson

You may not think it’s spring, but according to the real estate market, the spring selling season is already approaching high gear. If you want to sell your house this year, here are several tips from Personal Moving Consultant Laurie Williamson to help you get your house ship-shape for the spring selling season. 

New Jersey’s low existing-home inventory seems to be mirroring a national trend. Median home prices have recently pushed higher because of this low inventory.

With spring around the corner, the real estate market enters its strongest season in nearly nine years. According to a December 2013 report by the Otteau Valuation Group, “Home purchase demand in New Jersey rose by 23% year-over-year in November, marking the 26th consecutive monthly increase.”

couple in apartment

Jim and Jan Hall haven’t lived through a cold winter in more than 40 years. The couple moved to Laguna Beach in Orange County, Calif., in 1969, where they lived in a large two-story house until last year. That’s when they decided to move across the country to be closer to their son, who lives in Washington, D.C. 

woman standing in front of her paintings

Peggy Zee worked as an artist for more than 20 years. She earned a degree in art from the University of Arkansas and focused on printmaking. From there, Peggy went to the Chicago Teacher’s College, where she found her way into silk screening.