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Aging in Place: Growing Older at Home

Despite the allure of resort-like senior communities that offer a plethora of amenities including pools, gyms, beauty salons, and art studios, a recent AARP survey found that 76 percent of Americans age 50 and older would prefer to remain in their homes rather than locate to a senior community. Often, when older adults do move, it’s for reasons other than the desire to live in a 55-plus community, such as high real estate taxes, ongoing maintenance tasks, cost of home ownership, the absence of an accessible first-floor bedroom and bathroom, or a neighborhood that makes them too dependent on cars to get around. Helping clients who want to purchase or update a home where they can age in place

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