As the population of the United States grows older—the Pew Research Center estimates that every day 10,000 people in the U.S. turn 65—aging parents and their adult children will have to make decisions about housing.
Should Mom and Dad stay in their home, called “aging in place,” or will they require new accommodations?
When aging in place is not an option, parents and their children need to take the time to consider the best place to move, whether it’s a smaller ho...
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