Turn into the winding driveway on S. Raccoon Road, Austintown, Ohio. There is Hillbrook Apartments, a personal finance homerun for all generations.
Millennials starting out can afford a one-bedroom. However, studio apartments also are available.
Seniors on a fixed income can lease a two-bedroom to have a place for the grandkids-or their hobbies.
And, those of us, like myself, still making a penny scream after The Great Recession, find the best rental deal on the East Coast.
What am I getting? Every day, I enjoy an eat-in-kitchen, pantry the size of a small bedroom, two walk-in closets, and a large bedroom and living room - with all utilities included. My animal companion has lots of buddies in the G complex. They congregate in the section's very own pet park.
The monthly nut for both my and the dog's rent is $132 less than what I ponied up in Stamford, Connecticut, in 1987, with no dog.
You bet, there is also a fitness center. Next to it, the Hillbrook staff often host special events for the holidays.
Since I moved to Hillbrook I have squirreled away enough to start investing again. My brokerage account is with Edward Jones' Michael J. Hernan. I have been so pleased with the results that I also shifted my Roth IRA to Edward Jones.
Meanwhile, others in my age bracket are getting on waiting lists for those government subsidized over-55 rentals. They assume that's all they can afford.
That's as limiting an assumption as that the aging have to retire. I invited a university professor based in Arizona to visit me. Shock! AZ living is supposedly the ultimate bargain for the aging.
Since her visit she is looking into adjunct teaching positions in Eastern OH. With much lower rent she can afford to semi-retire.
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