What HOAs Should Really Know About Aging Residents

Every HOA community faces challenges with aging-in-place residents. The “Baby Boomer” generation is, on average, 65 years old and would rather stay in their home than move to a senior care center or in with another family member.   For HOA boards and their respective community managers, this creates a new set of circumstances to carefully navigate. IKO Community Management breaks down what you need to know about adapting to aging residents in your neighborhood:


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