If you or a loved one are considering moving to a retirement community, it is essential to understand the costs involved. Let’s take a closer look at everything you need to know about retirement community entrance fees, including what they are, what’s included, the benefits you can expect, and more.
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Albeit exciting, retirement can sometimes leave you with more “what ifs” than answers. You’ve finally decided to retire — now what? And, most importantly, how exactly will you spend this newfound freedom and elusive free time?
As you begin considering how you’ll take care of your parents as they age, it can be difficult, and sometimes even overwhelming, to know exactly where to begin. After all, there are many options to consider, including everything from where they will live, to how their daily living requirements will be met.
Although the thought of retirement can be exciting for many, others may feel daunted by the idea of having so much elusive free time. However, one of the many perks of retirement is that it provides more time to focus on yourself and prioritize your well-being. And by pursuing an active retirement in an independent senior living community, you will have convenient access to plenty of exciting new opportunities.
January 21, 2022
Seafields at Kiawah Island and Big Rock Partners CEO were recently featured in REALTOR Magazine’s story about helping boomers make their next move and highlighting luxury senior living options.
Retirement — when the biggest decision of each day is whether you want to play a round of golf, or take a stroll on the beach. If retirement is on the horizon for you, you may be carefully considering where you want to spend your golden years. Whether you prefer white sand beaches or majestic mountain ranges, read on to discover the best places to retire on the east coast.
A continuing care retirement community (CCRC) meets a wide range of housing and nursing needs for older adults. By residing in one of these communities, seniors can manage their evolving healthcare needs in one convenient setting — allowing them to remain comfortable throughout their entire retirement.
January 8, 2022
Seafields at Kiawah Island was featured in a Post & Courier story about the growth and attraction of Johns Island and the neighboring barrier islands across all ages.