Sagelife senior living dining space

The Benefits of a Rental Senior Living Community

When you think about retirement, do you picture a lifestyle free from worry? If so, you’ve come to the right place. Aging can come with enough challenges, so why not choose senior housing that makes aging easier? 

Rental senior living communities are the perfect solution for living life to the fullest, with senior care options and every service and amenity you seek, without having to sacrifice your life’s savings. 

At our rental community, Artisan at Hudson, older adults live on their own terms, free from the hassles of homeownership and the worry of relocating to find health care services. Learn more about our type of community and the major benefits that come with it below.

The Artisan at Hudson dining room

What is a rental senior living community?

A rental community is just as it sounds. Residents pay a monthly fee for their independent living apartment, which also includes access to all of the community’s amenities. At Artisan at Hudson, these amenities include:

  • 24/7 security and home-maintenance services
  • Multiple dining options
  • Weekly housekeeping
  • A well-equipped fitness center
  • Scheduled transportation
  • Social, educational, and cultural events and activities

Assisted living and memory care services are right on-site, so residents never have to move if their health needs change. If physical, speech, or occupational therapy services are ever needed via our on-site Move for Life program, residents pay for them through their respective insurance plans.

The Artisan at Hudson senior living salon

Three major benefits to a rental senior living community

How does a rental community sound so far? It’s about to sound even better, with the following benefits.

1. There’s no upfront cost compared to entrance fees at Continuing Care Retirement Communities (CCRCs).

At other types of senior living communities like CCRCs, residents are required to pay a one-time entrance fee along with an ongoing monthly fee. This is a bigger financial commitment upfront, compared to a rental community that only requires residents to pay for what they need.

2. You don’t have to leave the community if you need additional care or pay for care before you need it.

Need a little more assistance than usual to conduct daily activities? That’s perfectly normal and, oftentimes, a sign that an assisted living lifestyle is more suitable than an independent living lifestyle. If this is the case, you’ll still be able to remain at Artisan at Hudson and pay for services when they’re needed. 

Some contract options at other types of communities ask incoming residents to pay for that guaranteed care when they sign the dotted line – but what if they never need it? Here, you can keep your money close.

3. Enjoy the peace of mind that comes with flexibility.

Knowing that you don’t have to pay a chunk of change upfront for your retirement makes other areas of life flexible. You can leave more money to your family, charities, or not spend any extra money at all if it isn’t necessary. Residents at Artisan sleep better at night with the comfort and security of their finances and independence being prioritized by our community.

The Artisan at Hudson senior living gym

Find flexible, rental senior living at Artisan at Hudson.

If a rental community seems like the perfect living arrangement for your retirement, look no further than Artisan at Hudson. We provide an ideal, intimate setting for every want and need, with an abundance of services and amenities, high-quality health care services, accessible apartment floor plans, and truly maintenance-free living. Call us today at (978) 212-9353 to schedule a personal tour and see how wonderful life can be.