How to find low cost adult housing
Looking for cabins or "tiny houses"
Go to Google , Elderly Housing low cost/near you
Try local listings and craig's list.
check with local low income housing authorities.
google.com Type in Low-Cost Adult Housing!
First, I would google, or find a honest contractor or find apartments that goes by there income. Thanks, Miriam Pic
I do not know I don't have the answer!
Senior.com magazine the most popular adult housing are now by AHCA check their listing and some qualified people are doing ALF, adult family care home in their own homes.
I would try the library or chamber of commerce for ideas and listings
Agency that specializes in low income housing.
Find a senior living locater/advisers
Make sure your location to your desktop or phone is set in an area near and search "low cost adult housing near me".
I am sorry, I have no experience to that.
You can look on line.
There are several senior facilities that you can screen to find one that will work with your budget
First check with your loved ones Social worker and see what's available, they often have services for low cost housing. There is often a wait time so apply as soon as possible. Be sure to visit more than one before selecting a place. Housing and amenities vary from place to place.
Try Lowes or Home Depot, with added modifications.
i would advise them to contact a local realtor in the area to do a search that would accommodate their needs.
everything is online now or call me i can help
Habitat for humanity
Check out Council on Aging in your community
Talk to people you know, ask around
Google the question: Low-cost or tiny housing in the respective zip code or city and state of your preference to receive local rates, availability and local contacts for information or the best referrals.
Look at low cost Hud housing, Section 8 housing or in the apartment book available at most grocery stores
Government subsidized housing is listed under "Section 8" in Hud.gov.com
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If the housing is needed by a senior citizen, I'm sure the local Area Office on Aging would be able to help.
i love tiny homes and if I was looking for 1 I would choose a storage shed that i could customize on the inside for myself. i love decorating and creating.
Have you thought about buying an RV? You can search facebook community sites for individuals selling used.
this site doesn;t allow people to resond to caregivers unless they upgrade to a higher fee.
I really don't know
I would go to the local churches and ask if they had weekly papers with ads. You could also try a network website in the area you are interested in living.
Look into senior housing
One affordable option is a shed. Traditionally used for storage in backyards, these buildings come in a variety of sizes, with and without windows, and single and double front doors. Many people are buying large sheds and converting them into extra living space. The key is insulating the walls and putting down a strong floor barrier. Pallet wood is great for building walls. With a little improvision and creativity, sheds offer a viable choice for low-cost adult housing.
Not here, We are care givers thanks
Very easy to find by zip code on Internet. Just enter cabins-tiny houses.
I am a care giver, i care for adult, am not looking for low or rich cost adult housing and i do not know how to find them.
To find the best low cost Adult housing is Adult family home / Local retirement community / or the best assisted living facilities.
Well, some seniors may qualify for government housing depending on if they receive social security income or other benefits.
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