Over a million Americans, ranging from the ages of 65 to 87, live in assisted living home facilities. Considering these housing facilities high success rate, the number of residents is expected to triple by the year 2030. These facilities provide the amenities and help that the elderly often need when their own families can no longer care for them, or when they can no longer care for themselves.
Moving into assisted living facilities:
Many of these residents either moved into this type of housing from their own homes, or from their family’s homes. Regardless, the transition can be sudden and there are many factors that contribute as to why one would need to move into this type of community, in a short amount of time. These factors might include:
- Having to downsize, not leaving enough room for your loved one to remain in the house along with you and the rest of your family.
- An increase in stress managing to care for someone in your home, leaving less time for yourself or your family members.
- Your loved one has lost their significant other and no longer wants to live alone.
- A change in your loved one’s health that requires the medical attention and care that maybe you can’t provide without professional assistance.
- Your loved one can no longer care for their own home.
- A new job opportunity that demands relocating somewhere your loved one doesn’t want, or can’t physically go.
- Your loved one can no longer single-handedly care for themselves, whether it be due to a health-related issue or something else.
- A change in income, making it financially impossible for you to continue supporting your loved one.
- Your loved one simply wants to move out of their home and into an assisted living facility, for their own personal reasons.
While these are only a few examples, they’re the most common. If you find yourself in a position similar to these, the next step is to quickly get rid of the home that they, or you, were previously living in. Considering the fact that selling a home is one of the most time-demanding things to do, it’s more than likely you’ll need a way to efficiently sell the home without getting cheated on the price.
Where iBuying comes in:
You might be wondering; how does one manage to sell a home as quick as they can help someone move out of it? One word, iBuying. iBuying is a real estate option that can guarantee you or your loved one’s home will be sold hassle-free, all at a fair price. All you have to do is fill out an online form that asks a couple questions about the conditions of your home. Then, the iBuyer will provide you with an offer that’s automated through an AVM system, giving you an accurate and fair market price for you home. The iBuying market thrives on the fact that it can promise a quickly-bought home, so if the home meets the requirements of the iBuyer company you decide to choose, it’s a guaranteed sale. This takes away the stress of finding a realtor, waiting for potential buyers, and saves you a significant amount of money that could be going towards your loved one’s new living facility.
Why iBuying is your best option:
- One of the biggest advantages to using an iBuyer, is how fast they will provide you with an all-cash offer for your home. This means that even if you end up not wanting to use their services after beginning the process, you won’t have wasted any more than 24 hours waiting on an offer. iBuyers give you the ability to decide whether or not you want to begin taking alternative methods, without wasting any time.
- iBuying takes care of inspections, home repairs, and staging; all the things that take the most time, and are often not do-able for you or for your loved one. While you will receive a deduction for these services, the efficiency provided by iBuyers is worth it. *Keep in mind that these fees will vary depending on the iBuyer company you choose to use.
- Many assisted living facilities charge higher fees if a prospective resident has health issues, such as Alzheimer’s or dementia, for example. iBuyers efficiency in providing their customers with an all-cash offer takes away the stress of trying to figure out how exactly you’re going to accumulate the money to pay for these specific kinds of services.
- If your loved one is suffering from a health-related issue, it’s assumable they don’t and can’t have people consistently walking in and out of their house for showings. iBuyers don’t begin showing the house, staging the house or even doing repairs, until after you or your loved one has moved out and has received financial compensation for the home.
- iBuyers can provide flexibility in regards to the time taken to sell you or your loved one’s home. This is important considering some living facilities are in high-demand and have waiting lists, making it impossible to move into right away. if your loved one is moving into a facility that only allows them to move in within a specific time frame, iBuyers will take that into consideration. Ultimately, you or your loved one can reside in the home as long as necessary, before moving into a new place.
We know that your loved ones mean the most, and moving them out of their home, or even your home, can be a difficult process. But life happens, we get it. So when you need to help a loved one move into an assisted living facility, iBuying is here to make that process a lot simpler.