October 17, 2019


Home Ownership Rate Drops Among 50 to 64 Year Olds

Jennifer Molinsky, senior research associate at the Joint Center for Housing Studies at Harvard University, tells Bloomberg Radio’s Denise Pellegrini that this drop in home ownership could mean trouble ahead as the group starts to retire.

October 16, 2019

The Boston Globe

Harvard study spotlights growing inequality among older Americans

A new Harvard study shows the inequality of wealth and opportunity that has become a stubborn feature of American life is being entrenched in the oldest segment of society.

October 16, 2019


Older Minnesotans struggle to afford housing

A study from Harvard University indicates senior citizens in Minnesota and across the country are struggling much more than younger people to pay for housing.

October 16, 2019

The Washington Post

For baby boomers, age-proofing a home doesn’t come cheap

For most of US history, people have moved in with relatives or gone to a care facility to live out their final years. Baby boomers don’t want either, and those with resources have generally created the modern idea of remaking old age to fit their lifestyle and retrofitting their homes for aging in place.

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