When comparing the costs of living at home versus living at a Life Plan Community, make sure you’re comparing apples to apples, as they say. Take stock of your actual monthly expenses so you have a good starting place to make a smart decision.
Monthly costs can add up. Rent or mortgage payments are probably the biggest monthly expense for most people. But even if you’ve paid off your mortgage, you need to take other costs into account as well, including:
Maintenance and repairs can be costly.
Home maintenance alone can take some unexpected chunks out of your budget. In fact, it’s estimated that annual home maintenance costs are between 1% and 3% of the home’s price. For example, a $200,000 house could cost between $2,000 and $6,000 per year in upkeep and replacements. So be sure to think about:
Don’t forget about lifestyle expenses.
From necessities like groceries to extras like eating out or going to the movies, daily living puts another dent in your wallet.
Here, It’s All Included
At Plymouth Place, you don’t have to worry about budgeting for maintenance, repairs, yardwork, security, dining and so much more. Your monthly service fees cover all of that. And even better – we take care of it for you. You don’t have to repair, mow, rake, shovel or replace anything. You don’t even have to cook if you don’t want to. And that gives you more time to do the fun stuff.
Speaking of Fun Stuff
Check our events calendar for upcoming events. R.S.V.P. for yourself and a guest – but don’t wait! These popular events fill up quickly. Call 1-708-482-6511 or register online to let us know you’re coming.