Walking and biking trails, a swimming pool, a fitness area and social activities are important to help prevent some of the high health care costs in the future for the 55+active adult?
Baby Boomers Expo October 20, 2011. Want more information contact Melissa Yahner at 281-752-5088 or Melissa@emptynestplan.com
Thinking about moving into an over 55 community, why not visit all 3 new home master planned communities this weekend in the Houston, Texas area.
Are you curious about what is an over 55 community, what do the floor plans look like, looking at models, seeing the amenities in the community and getting your questions answered in person from a builder’s sales representative. Also, seeing the area and the proximity to grocery stores, medical facilities, restaurants, shopping areas and libraries.
Start your weekend off by visiting Del Webb, Sweetgrass, in Richmond on Saturday afternoon, Centex, The Village at Tuscan Lakes in League City, TX Sunday morning and Village Builders, Towne Lake in Cypress, TX Sunday afternoon.!!!!!
People looking for assisted living are seniors who can live independently, but may need some extra assistance. These services include: transportation, 24 hour security, emergency response on site,
house-keeping, help with medication and personal care.
Assisted living facilities can have various floor plans with kitchens and appliances. Some meals are included in the monthly fee.
Other amenities included in the monthly fee are courtyards, a heated pool, beauty salon, front door trash pick up, social activities on site and offsite, a planned activity calendar, computer labs, libraries and a fitness area designed for older adults.
Starting prices can begin at $2000.00 month
Section 202 supports the very low-income households over the age of 62. This type of housing supports the physically, emotionally and able to live alone independently in an apartment style home. Residents must pay 30% of their gross adjusted income for rent along with a 202 Prac application. The rent subsidy is available from HUD. Amenities include a community room, on site management and maintenance assistance.
Communities built on low-income housing tax credits to the developers from the federal government are based on the number of people in the state.
Rents can start out as low as $566.00 a month with an income requirement of approximately $22,300 per year. A wait list of one to two years is possible.
These communities have gate controlled access, covered parking, garages, social activities, pool, community room, computer area, elevators and stairs. Other amenities are possible and vary from place to place.