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New Move-In Incentives for Seniors at Retirement Communities
Senior living facilities are finding reasons for creating some fancy funding options for seniors who are stuck in their homes because of a dragging real estate market.
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This can make the adult children of these seniors very distraught about their parents’ situation. Financially, the children may need to contribute, making matters even more complicated.
Even if seniors are just at the point where they want to downsize, the housing market is dictating what their futures will look like. The combination of time on the market and ultimate selling price of a property determine when and where seniors can afford to live.
The "housing crisis has kept thousands of older Americans who need support and care from moving into retirement communities or assisted-living centers, effectively stranding them in their own homes," the New York Times reports. Even after a lifetime of saving, many older Americans cannot afford to put a down payment on a residence in a retirement facility of any kind if their homes do not sell. The upfront cost can be anywhere from $100,000 to $500,000 to move in.
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