ST. LOUIS — For many older Americans, it’s important to continue to live in their home and community, but things can become difficult when health and financial challenges arise and most of seniors’ wealth is locked in home equity.
Real estate company Truehold recently launched in St. Louis. It offers an innovative, debt-free solution for seniors faced with this problem and helps them live at home for longer.
Show Me St. Louis host Dana Dean caught up with Connie Adams, the Head of Sales at Truehold, to discuss the company’s launch in St. Louis, and who this option is right for.
Truehold enables people to unlock all of their equity and live easier in their own homes. The goal is for them to enjoy financial and lifestyle freedom in their retirement years.
The company offers a sale-leaseback. Here’s how that works:
- They purchase your home for full value. No moving, open houses or listing.
- They immediately lease it back to you for market rent. Stay as long or short as you like.
- And then they cover all the property taxes, upkeep, and insurance! You get the joy of home without any of the hassle.
Truehold’s option is great for all types of homeowners who want to live longer in their home but could benefit from access to their equity or an extra hand managing the house.
For more information, call (314) 652-3956 or visit truehold.com.
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