UK retirement living developers and operators must look at the USA and Australia with some degree of envy when they see buoyant and growing retirement village sectors in these two countries. Less than one per cent of Britons over the age of 60 currently live in specialist retirement properties, compared to 17 per cent in the […]
According to a recent New York Times story, senior living communities with an emphasis on luxury are rising in popularity around the United States.
Property Week’s third Retirement Living conference took place at RIBA on November 6th. It came at a critical juncture for the sector with both positive and negative factors jostling for supremacy.
For almost a year, specialist retirement builders have been crippled by fears that the Government would prevent it from charging ground rents, which has been critical to help it fund communal spaces at their developments, from which all residents benefit.
Compared to UK retirees, our American counterparts live in almost an alien world.
UK pensioners enjoyed a silver equity boom last year as the total value of their properties rose to a record £1.1trillion.
Retirement villages allow you to enjoy your later years in lovely surroundings, with often terrific facilities. But there may be a financial sting in the tail to consider too.
Retirement properties are in high demand in the UK. Fuelled by equity-rich seniors with a high disposable income and greater life expectancy, retirement developers are now having to up-spec their properties to capture this growing market.
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