Use this post to educate clients and investors about RCFEs (Residential Care Facilities for the Elderly). This article touches on the types of homes which are good prospects for RCFEs and some sample regulations.
- What is an RCFE?
- Understanding Homes Which Make Good RCFEs
- Do you understand RCFEs?
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With an aging boomer population, there are a lot of folks out there who may be looking for full-time living in RCFEs. Never heard of them? Here’s a little overview.
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“As boomers age, more and more people want to stay in their own homes or avoid large, institutional settings. A sweet spot between these two options is something called an RCFE, or Residential Care Facility for the Elderly.
Though they’re also known by other names, the concept is the same… elderly residents live together in a smaller, communal living situation which has been optimized for safety and state regulations regarding senior care.”
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