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Government Subsidized Senior Housing

Friday, January 23rd, 2015:

For many seniors living on fixed incomes like Social Security government subsidized senior housing is the only option they have to live on their own as opposed to living in a nursing home. This also means that these seniors must be able to take care of themselves and do not require any outside assistance or supervision and can also qualify for assistance by being able to show that their income levels are low enough to be eligible for subsidized housing. One of the most popular senior housing programs is the Section 202 program that is administered by HUD whose stated […] Read More →

Low Income Senior Housing

Friday, January 16th, 2015:

For anyone over the age of 62 living on Social Security low income senior housing is probably the only option when looking for a place to live. Low Income Senior Housing Can Be Very Nice Despite the images of dreary, run-down, bug infested apartments most low income senior housing is actually quite nice and undergo regular inspections. Many residences are apartment buildings with activity centers and planned events such as trips to the local stores and some have meal services available as well. In fact, you have probably seen a group of seniors getting out of their shuttle bus at […] Read More →

Low Income Senior Apartments

Saturday, January 10th, 2015:

Many of our elderly living primarily off of Social Security are in serious need of affordable housing and this is where low income senior apartments can help. Older people often have difficulty maintaining a large home both from the physical aspect as well as financially and often decide to downsize to an apartment to save money and simplify their life. Smart seniors will begin planning this move well in advance and have all of their ducks in a row prior to moving. Unfortunately, many seniors cannot afford a luxurious condo or high-priced apartment and must instead look at lower cost […] Read More →

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