Many millennials believe they may never be able to afford a home unless they have family that can help them out financially. But baby boomers are also being significantly affected by the rising costs of living.
Seniors are sharing ongoing household expenses and the cost of support services, while each owning an undivided interest in the whole property (not just their exclusive private area) that can be sold on the open market.
Driving Miss Daisy can help clients get to appointments or activities that they may not be able to get to own their own. The company has franchises in British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan and Ontario.
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