Choosing to live in retirement housing and keep working may seem like conflicting ideas but the truth is that they aren’t. More and more people are choosing a lifestyle offered by those such as Karidis Retirement Villages. If you look forward to enjoying more leisure time or simply having the luxury of making more time to continue with your work, retirement housing may be the answer for you. Below you’ll find out why it might be a good idea and how you can get some help if required.
Work and Play
You can move into luxury retirement villages after you turn 55, even if you’re still working. This can take away some of the stresses in life to do with maintenance around your home and garden. This also ensures access to health facilities while being surrounded by those at a similar time in their lives. In turn, this affords a sense of community and the security that comes with neighbourly comradery.
A growing number of people in their late 50s and 60s, therefore, are joining those a little older in retirement when making the transition to a retirement village. Many of these people chose to keep working either full-time or part-time. Doing so means being able to take better care of one’s health and indulge in hobbies, reducing stress, increased convenience, and other health and wellbeing benefits.
Financial Planning for Retirement
Assistance with financial planning for retirement and moving to luxury retirement villages is available. We can offer insight into the various ways you can get help through Retire Assist. This may be in the form of tailored financial options, deferred management fees, help from an agent in selling your home, move-in assistance and more.
We recommend getting in touch to talk about your options for an affordable and rewarding future in your new home. An individually tailored financial support package makes it easier and more affordable to move into a Karidis Retirement Village early and sell your home later.
Can you live in a retirement home and still work? Call Karidis in Adelaide on 1300 796 311 to discuss retirement financial support options for moving to one of our independent living villages.