Where elders live

Mutschler, Phyllis H.
March 1992
Generations;Spring92, Vol. 16 Issue 2, p7
Academic Journal
Reports on where elders prefer to live. Stability of elders' housing choices; The American Housing Survey of 1985; Understandable reasons; Effects of public policy; Geographic distribution; Owner-occupied dwellings; Renter-occupied dwellings; Apartments; Mobile homes; Rooms; Board and care; Other housing arrangements; Summary; Notes and references.


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