Priced out or willing to sacrifice? Seniors are now more likely to want to retire in a big city, but less likely to be able to afford it.
It’s been known for some time that the baby boom will directly lead to an increase in the numbers of elderly residents in the United States. What still isn’t known for certain is where these seniors will want to live. Different theories are still being debated, including whether seniors will want to remain in the suburbs
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