New Crisis: Senior Housing

September 4th, 2014
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Econintersect:  According to a new study released by the Joint Center for Housing Studies at Harvard University, the existing U.S. housing stock is unprepared to meet the escalating need for affordability, accessibility, social connectivity, and supportive services of a rapidly growing population over age 50.

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Follow up:

Click on map below for interactive version showing how the age 50 and over population has changed county-by-county between 1990 and 2010:

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Complete report can be read after the following infographic.

INFOGRAPHIC: Housing America
Click on the following cover page to access the complete report:

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