If you’ve already retired, you may have more than one reason to make the switch to a seniors’ home.  Here are a few of the benefits that could await when you decide to step over to the senior side of the housing industry.

1) Senior living isn’t just about mobility.

You don’t have to experience a loss of mobility to make the switch to seniors’ housing; there are a lot more benefits to choosing a condo over a house than just the lack of stairs.  Senior housing will provide you with easier mobility—both for now and in the future—but it also comes with a lot of other perks.  Are you tired of shoveling snow, mowing the lawn, and performing maintenance duties on your home?  You’ve already done your share of these chores.  Now you have a bit more free time on your hands, and you don’t have to fill it with yard work.

 2) A cost-efficient alternative.

Recent studies have shown that selling your home and renting seniors’ housing can really benefit your savings account.  If you are looking for a way to save a few pennies—or to redirect them elsewhere—seniors’ housing might be the solution for you.

3) Community living.

Seniors’ housing provides you with a network of people, and it usually appears in close proximity to all the necessities so you have quick and easy access to all the things you need to make your new home feel like home.

4)  What a time-saver.

Seniors’ housing can effectively free up a lot of your time—and more.  Without lawns to mow, snow to shovel, with less space to clean and maintain, and fewer expenses to cover, what’s stopping you from going on all those adventures you’ve always wanted to go on? 

If you’ve been waiting for a chance to do some exploring, try getting out of the house first!

Posted by Gurpreet Ghatehora on


Email Send a link to post via Email

Leave A Comment

e.g. yourwebsitename.com
Please note that your email address is kept private upon posting.

Data is deemed reliable but is not guaranteed accurate by the REALTORS® Association of Edmonton. Copyright 2022 by the REALTORS® Association of Edmonton. All rights reserved.

Listing information last updated on August 12th, 2022 at 6:46am CDT.