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A lot of seniors have to age in place because they're mortgaged to the gills to pay for their Millennials' college and housing and some even have a Gen X'er back in the house.

Seriously, seniors are mostly pedestrians and need walkability, transit, and car-sharing. They're just not as fast to catch onto new transit trends.

And many could use the extra income if zoning allows them to sub-divide their home into smaller units.

by Tom Coumaris on Dec 19, 2012 3:02 pm • linkreport

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