Home renovations for ageing in place can be expensive, but there are ways to make your home easier to move around in without breaking the bank. Sixty-five million households in the U.S. are now headed by someone over the age of 50, according to a report by the Joint Center for Housing Studies of Harvard University, but only 3.5% of the country’s housing stock incorporates three vital features for ageing in place: single-floor living, no-step entries, and extra-wide halls and doors. Click here for some of the most practical home renovations that can help you stay in your home as you age.
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