Extended Home Ownership a Boon for Home Care Sector

Aging adults staying at home to receive care has been a growing trend nationwide, creating demand for home care providers, but having a more mixed impact on the U.S. real estate market. Specifically, it may be contributing to the nation’s overall low housing stock, as illustrated in a recent story in the Baltimore Sun, and backed up […]

Harvard Report: Home Care to Surge as Population Ages

Within the next decade, the number of Americans 65 and older is going to surge. But as this happens, the demand for housing to accommodate those who wish to age in place will also increase drastically. By 2035, more than one in five people in the country will be 65 or older, according to a […]

Harvard: Rising Debt Jeopardizes Aging in Place

Increased supports will be needed to care for America’s large and growing senior population in their homes, new research shows. And affordability of these supports—and housing options generally—is particularly pressing, as seniors’ debt load is rising. Many older adults live alone, have at least one type of disability, and have limited resources to pay for […]