Nine in ten real estate professionals expect demand for retirement living to increase over the next five years, making it the most popular residential asset.
A new study has ranked the nation’s cities for how well they address the needs of retirees.
The debate over the use-class of retirement housing causes delays and even prevents schemes being approved.
Property owners continue to hang on to the family home much longer than is necessary – even when the financial and lifestyle benefits of downsizing are crystal clear.
In-depth research by ProMatura International and ARCO shows older people are healthier and more active in specialist housing-with-care.
A recent study from Retirement Villages has revealed that 55 per cent of over-55s said they would consider renting a home.
There’s an increasing need to boost supply of housing designed for older people, but age-proof homes is not necessarily the answer.
An excellent article by Kevin Beirne, Retirement Director at Octopus Healthcare that explores the state of retirement living around the world.
Learning lessons from the student housing sector could help unlock the potential of the retirement housing industry.