Wednesday, November 14, 2007

Senior Tsunami Reaches Southern NH

New Hampshire is now officially part of the "senior tsunami," says the Hartford Courant. The term, coined by rock star demographer Bill Frey, is shorthand for growth of pre-senior -- read, boomer -- populations "in economically dynamic Sun Belt" plus scenic and culturally attractive coastal and rural areas. Writer Rinker Buck says in New Hampshire it means increase in liberal Democrats -- but whatever their party they've got to live somewhere, such as in cities like Portsmouth. Real estate agent Joe Leddy tells me this modern 2-story waterfront Cape in nearby Dover -- under $400,000-- is typical of Boomer appeal in Southern NH.

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