SeniorHousingNet.com, the leading online 55+ lifestyle resource operated by Move, Inc., has revamped its Web site. The fresh new look makes searching for retirement communities, senior living options and related resources faster, easier and more rewarding for the 78 million soon-to-retire baby boomers and 18 million senior citizens ages 65 to 84.
The online resource, which recently celebrated its ten-year anniversary, features refined search options, larger fonts and interactive maps offering a “birds-eye” view of prospective retirement communities.
The SeniorHousingNet.com redesign comes at a time when baby boomers make up 35 percent of the adult Internet population and are using the Internet less for socializing and entertainment, and more as a tool to search for information, emailing and buying products.
“We studied the Internet usage of baby boomers very carefully before initiating the redesign to provide a search experience delivering everything this highly-targeted audience needs as they research lifestyle options for themselves or for their aging parents,” said SeniorHousingNet.com vice president, Brad Fuqua. “With this in mind, we redesigned SeniorHousingNet.com to act as a complete and convenient resource for baby boomers and seniors interested in retirement or care options that best fits their budget, style and preference.”
SeniorHousingNet.com offers a variety of housing and care options, health and wellness advice, and finance options to help soon-to-retire baby boomers and seniors in their retirement search. SeniorHousingNet.com has turned a once painstaking and difficult process into an easy-to-use and refreshing experience that yields positive results for consumers.
Written by: Jill Kipnis