Shopping for a Retirement Home: Cost of Independent Living Facilities

Wednesday May 30, 2018
Categories: Independent Living

Selecting a retirement home for someone is an important task, and we know that everyone’s needs are different. That is why at Fellowship Square Tucson we offer a variety of senior living services and options.

When shopping for the right fit cost can be the biggest factor that comes into play when deciding on a long-term care solution. When it comes to housing, Fellowship Square Tucson has lower income programs in place to help with those who are most concerned about cost of long term care. The options we provide are subject to availability, but we strive to find all residents something within their budget.

These days, there are a variety of types of housing to live in like garden homes, apartments and even single-family homes. Many people are coming from an apartment and have already somewhat downsized, and have a budget to stay within. They are surprised to find out Fellowship Square Tucson offers seven different independent living layouts, all of which are well sized apartments and very affordable. In addition, many people love the fact that each unit opens to the outside with beautiful green courtyards, pools, barbecue areas, walkways and more.

About cost of independent living facilities, most communities typically sell their housing units instead of renting them out. Although this is common, there are a growing number of communities like Fellowship Square Tucson that offer monthly or annually renting options for our independent living homes. The rates cover services such as maintenance, activities, meals and other community amenities.

We also have assisted living options in addition to the independent living options when it comes to finding the right home for yourself or a loved one. Please call us at 520-886-5537 to schedule a tour, so you can see firsthand the floor-plans we have for assisted and independent living.


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