AARP: Retirees Prefer to Stay Put, But Most Don't Think it's Possible

AARP: Retirees Prefer to Stay Put, But Most Don't Think it's Possible

7 percent of retirees say they would prefer to remain in the communities they currently live in, but only 59 percent believe it will be possible finds a AARP report.

According to the survey, adults 50 years of age and older are willing to consider housing alternatives in order to stay put, including 32 percent saying they are open to home sharing,  31 percent would consider building an accessory dwelling unit and 56 percent would be open to living in villages that provide services that enable aging in place.

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