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Kimberlee Mac, Home Buyer in Oakland, CA

Do you think there could be interest in developing a senior mobile home park in Alameda?

Asked by Kimberlee Mac, Oakland, CA Mon Apr 1, 2013

senior housing, mobile homes, senior community

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John Arendsen’s answer
Presently Baby Boomers are among the wealthiest demographics in the USA. "Our best estimate is that Boomers will inherit $8.4 trillion. Of this amount, $2.4 trillion has already been received, while the remaining $6.0 trillion is anticipated and, therefore, subject to significant uncertainty."

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0 votes Thank Flag Link Wed Apr 3, 2013
Tough call. Most seniors are just fed up with the local taxes. Its an expensive city to live in. I love the idea that we have a local hospital but most seniors I talk to hate it. The love the area but just don't care for the rising cost of living.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Mon Apr 1, 2013
Where in Alameda?

As long as it's done right, it should get some attention. After all there are so many senior communities of such type homes in retirement communities in Florida and elsewhere. Perhaps if something like that was built here, they may stay instead of moving out of state.
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