Homeowners want to stay after retirement but don't feel they can

Dorset Echo: Homeowners want to stay after retirement but don't feel they can Homeowners want to stay after retirement but don't feel they can

Almost seven out of every ten South West homeowners aged 55 and over want to stay living in their current property during retirement, but just 35 per cent believe they can do so.

Research was carried out by the Equity Release Council which says many people are living in homes in the region which need investment to make them safe and practical for later life.

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1:55pm Thu 12 Jun 14

shy talk says...

Equity Release Council report has no mention of homeowners over 55 years old. It does state over 65 years old in the report. And there is no mention of specific areas within the U.K. Yet again the Echo sets low standards of reporting and fails to achieve them.
Equity Release Council report has no mention of homeowners over 55 years old. It does state over 65 years old in the report. And there is no mention of specific areas within the U.K. Yet again the Echo sets low standards of reporting and fails to achieve them. shy talk
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