You’ve estimated how much you will need to live each year, faithfully contributed to a 401(k), whittled down debt, and perhaps started to downsize. You’re on the cusp of your post-career lifestyle, so your next step is to decide where you want to live. You can stay in your existing home, downsize to a smaller home, live in an active adult/55+ community, or choose a Continuing Care Retirement Community (CCRC).
Assessing your options
There are pros and cons to each living arrangement. If you want to stay in your current house, consider the cost of home maintenance and repairs (new roof, water heater, windows, appliances), utilities, property taxes, and the need to modify a home if your mobility needs change.
Meanwhile, downsizing to a smaller home or an active adult/55+ community means that you incur the cost of relocation and pay all realtor commissions. Another consideration to consider with these options is that they don’t offer the same level of security for your future that CCRCs do. Although reassessing what sort of living space you really need makes perfect sense, proactively accounting for the support you may need in the future makes even more sense.
Are you ready for move to a CCRC?
You might think you’re not ready to move to a CCRC. After all, you’re a healthy, independent, and active individual. Actually, those three words—healthy, independent, and active—perfectly describe the essence of Trinity Landing.
As Wilmington’s only non-profit, faith-based CCRC, Trinity Landing will be a perfect fit for individuals and couples who want the social benefits of living among peers. Its advantages are many: a gorgeous waterside property, newly built homes, resort-like amenities, the promise of a secure future, and a sense of community. Trinity Landing is set to open in 2021, with construction slated to begin in late 2019.
Most importantly, Trinity Landing places an emphasis on wellness and active living. A full-time life enrichment director will help residents take advantage of the best of what the historic and coastal city of Wilmington has to offer.
Never do tomorrow what you can do today
If you want to live for the moment, but craft a plan for the future at the same time, then Trinity Landing is right for you. With like-minded individuals opting for active independent living, the waiting list at Trinity Landing continues to grow.
Trinity Landing is now taking 10% deposits to reserve a residence of your choice. You pay 10% of the entrance fee, determined by the cost of your selected residence, and get to choose your ideal new home along the Intracoastal Waterway. You can deposit with confidence knowing that your financial decision is supported by Trinity Landing’s parent organization, the trusted Lutheran Services Carolinas.
Additionally, as a 10% depositor, you get a first look at site maps and renderings, receive invitations to exclusive events for fellow depositors, and stay informed of Trinity Landing’s construction progress.
If you want to feel a sense of community, choose from endless activities, and wake up to shimmering coastal vistas, now is the time to plan a visit to Trinity Landing and learn more about making a deposit. Feel free to call us today at 910-769-9600.