What are senior living apartments like in retirement communities?
Have you ever wondered how much time you’ve spent over the years maintaining your yard, calling and supervising contractors or repairing appliances?
If you answered a lot of time, you may be ready now to let go of the headaches of homeownership. If you no longer want to be responsible for all those household chores, come learn more about True Connection Communities, where you can leave the maintenance to us.
The benefits of renting a senior living apartment are many. Although each community can offer different options, here are just a few of the advantages:
Senior living apartments can be one of the lowest-cost options in independent living, not only compared to homeownership but to the other alternatives as well.
In an apartment, the exterior building, landscaping, equipment, and appliances are not your responsibility. If something needs repair, all that’s required from you is a phone call and our maintenance staff will make it right.
It’s often easier to meet new people in a senior living apartment than it is when you live in a single-family home. Beyond passing each other in the hallways, there are common areas for socializing and activities to join together, creating the perfect environment to make new friends.
Some apartment communities coordinate transportation for group shopping trips, social outings and even individual medical appointments.
Living among neighbors and where there is a property manager can be the perfect scenario if you like to travel. You’ll feel better about leaving your home knowing it will be secured.
Whatever your housing needs may be, we hope you’ll choose to discover your senior living apartment at True Connection Communities. We could be the perfect home for you! Click here to learn more today!
“I am thankful everyday for the staff at Arbour Square. I live out of state and recently got to visit my parents here for the first time. I was amazed at how well the staff interacted with my parents and the other residents. Thank you for your caring hearts and relieving my worries.”