Definition of nester
1 Western US : a homesteader or squatter who takes up land on open range for a farm
2 : one that nests
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An empty-nester suburban mom becomes obsessed with a MILF-porn website featuring other middle-aged suburban moms.
All three developments are targeting millennial generation members who want to live and work in or near downtown, as well their empty-nester parents.
The developer said the plan is to offer luxury, ecofriendly and single-floor living to empty nesters and young professionals.
The result of the transit orientation, and the amenities, Hughes said, is that the company has been getting about equal interest from young professionals in the 25- to 35-year-old range, as well as empty-nesters in the 55- to 65-year-old range.
Highlights: This is Infiniti’s compact crossover, and is aimed at women, young families and empty nesters.
The Faders are like many other empty-nesters in their 50s and 60s, as well as young professionals, helping fuel a boom in multifamily housing in the country’s big cities.
The new Kia Rio should also be an excellent vehicle for empty nesters and others who are downsizing their transportation needs.
With this impressive builder group, prospective buyers will find a wide variety of floor plans at Cider Mill Ridge that appeal to everyone from young families to empty-nesters.
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