Tag Archive for ‘aging-in-place’

Aging in Place on the Rise as a Reason to Remodel

According to a recent NAHB survey, “desire for better/newer amenities” and “need to repair/replace old components” once again ranked as the top reasons owners remodel their homes.  However, several other reasons to remodel are gaining ground, particularly the desire to be able to age in place. The survey took the form of a special question on NAHB’s Remodeling Market Index (RMI) instrument for the first quarter of 2018. … Read More ›

Uneven Aging

One in every eight Americans is now over the age of 65. The senior population (65 and older), is estimated by the Census to be 40.3 million in 2010, increased 15.1% from 2000. By 2030, the Department of Health and Human Services forecasts that there will be 72.1 million seniors representing 19.3% of the total population. The aging of the… Read More ›