Kaye Swain-Social Media

Hi and welcome to Kaye Swain – my real estate blog with resources for baby boomers and senior citizens’ real estate needs in the state of Washington.

As a member of the Sandwich Generation (caring for aging parents and babysitting grandkids) I’ve been writing all about caregiving and grandparenting ideas, tips and encouragement for over 5 years at SandwichINK and for over 4 years at SandwichINK Real Estate Info.

In addition to blogging, I love to exchange useful resources on social media. I’d love to have you follow me. Among other places, you can find me at:

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I love putting my years and skills of real estate investing, caregiving, writing, and social media to good use on behalf of my real estate clients in the state of Washington and beyond.

Kaye - Kaye@KayeSwain.com

 

P.S. If you would like to find out more about real estate in the lovely and evergreen state of Washington – especially in Pierce County – do give me a call at 657-229-5293. Or you can email me at Kaye@KayeSwain.com

P.P.S. For that matter, click here to search for homes in Dupont, Steilacoom, Lakewood, University Place, and Fircrest, all near Tacoma and Joint Base Lewis McChord, with master bedrooms on the FIRST floor, (which might include single story homes). Both of those types of homes can be excellent for those of us who are or will be caring for aging parents. Another good idea is to search for homes with 1 3/4 bathrooms instead of 1 1/2. That way, you are more likely to find homes with a shower or bathtub on the first floor. Combine that with a bedroom or useable den and you have another aging in place option for an elderly parent. Click here to search for those.

P.P.P.S. If you don’t live in this area, but need a real estate agent who understands aging in place and Universal Design needs, give me a call and I’ll help you find a grand one. 657-229-KAYE

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