The Wall Street Journal reports that Baby boomers are getting ready to sell ONE QUARTER of America’s homes over the next two decades. The problem is that many of these properties are in places where younger people no longer want to live. Analysts are saying this could be one factor leading to a real estate glut in senior communities. On the weekend Sun City opened in 1960, says the Journal, cars were backed up for 2 miles as some ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND visitors waited to gawk at a village built specifically for adults over the age of 50. Today, Sun City is a nice town, but like so many Sun Belt senior living cities, supply has increased and demand is falling. Today we'll review a time Wall Street Journal real estate analysis, then mortgage expert Mitch Boxberger joins us for the Q & A. Don't miss today's show, MASTERING MONEY is on the air!!!!