Placing an elderly parent into a nursing facility is an emotional decision. If your parent owns a home, figuring out what to do with their home is difficult. Should you sell the home or keep it, and what's the best way to sell it when you've got so much else going on?
Find the Right Level of Care
If you're still searching for a nursing home with availability, look for a place that offers the right level of care for your elderly family members, given their health needs. A Place for Mom is an online tool that connects families with skilled nursing facilities. Check out A Place for Mom at www.aplaceformom.com.
What to Do With an Elderly Parent's Home?
Renting out an elderly parent's home may seem appealing, however, being a landlord is a full-time business.
When you're dealing with caretaking for an elderly parent who is in a nursing home, you don't need another huge project to take on, such as putting a home on the market. Real estate agents may want you to make repairs or stage the home for the market, which takes time away from visiting your aging parents in the nursing home.
Rather than work with a real estate agent and pay them commission, look for an all-cash buyer. These buyers are ready to move forward quickly with a home purchase regardless of the home's condition. This is the simplest option for an elderly parent's home.
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