TOM KELLY: REAL ESTATE TODAY

Are parents moving closer to kids, grandkids?

Jul 29, 2016, 12:35 PM

Are baby boomers and retirees still moving close to an adult child or grand-children?

With interest rates remaining low, is anybody buying a smaller home? Or, are they merely purchasing a nicer home?

Join host Tom Kelly and Mark Gray, regional president of Shea Homes, as they discuss next-move options on “Real Estate Today” at 9 a.m. Sunday on 97.3 KIRO-FM.

Call 1-888-973-5476 (KIRO) with questions, comments or concerns or listen online at KIROradio.com or Mynorthwest.com and send a message to participate.

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