Planning and creating a dwelling place that is designed for life makes sense regardless of one's age. But you may not be aware of a trend. Take a look at these statistics!
Eighty (80) percent of older people today say they prefer live in their own homes. And this holds true here in Asheville where people tell us they desire to live in a home of their choice. Have you ever thought that this actually may change the way homes are designed? You may wonder when and where to start moving forward with your plans for the future and an awesome “all inclusive” home. Here’s our remedy.
A SELF- GUIDED
TOUR TO THE ULTIMATE FEATHERED NEST
AGING IN PALACE©.
The three steps to creating function, comfort, and beauty in a our ‘forever’ home” gave us a good starting point.”
As in the previous post, we have, and so has the home-building industry. The National Association of Home Builders reports that aging will be the second-biggest influence on home design in the next few years [source: NAHB].
THREE STEPS: In planning for independence in the future the “Lucky Few” (1929-1945) and Baby Boomer (1946- 1964) generations already are taking steps to become familiar with the vocabulary of “aging-in-place”.
Step 1. Learn the terminology of aging in place.
Step 2. Consult with experts to make your home an accessible"palace"
regardless of age or physical ability.
Step 3. Use your considerable consumer buying power to demand and expect sustainable excellence.
You can find Aging In P A L A C E on KINDLE
(just type in "aging-in-place") .
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