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Why Do Life Care Communities Have Entrance Fees, and Are They Worth It?

Springmoor is the premier Continuing Care Retirement Community (CCRC) in Raleigh, North Carolina. It offers a gorgeously landscaped campus located a stone’s throw away from William B. Umstead State Park, as well as a vibrant community of active seniors looking to nourish their minds and enjoy all 43 acres of natural beauty. With a wide selection of apartment homes and villas, you will live a comfortable, maintenance-free lifestyle in this warm and welcoming Life Care Community. Life is good at Springmoor.

Like many Life Care Communities, Springmoor is an entrance fee community. When it comes to choosing a retirement community, it is important to understand the purpose and benefits of entrance fees.

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Senior Living in Raleigh Has it All!

What happens when history, beauty, technology and education come together in one location? You get Raleigh, North Carolina, known as the “City of Oaks” and the state’s capital. Raleigh lies in the gently rolling pine woods of east-central North Carolina. The combined communities of Raleigh, Chapel Hill and Durham dubbed “Research Triangle Park” is home to more than 200 high-tech research and development companies.

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Springmoor Makes Downsizing for Seniors a Snap!

You’ve spent decades in your house and from top to bottom, it’s filled with treasures—and well, stuff. With a household move in your future, you know that now is the time for downsizing and sifting through a lifetime of keepsakes, but the thought overwhelms you.

Beth Holden, Director of Sales and Marketing for Springmoor, explains that it’s important for seniors to be 100 percent in control of their move. “You want to avoid a crisis-driven move,” Beth explained. “When you start the rightsizing process early, you’re in control of what to keep.”

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Meet Marlene Lambeth, a Second-Generation Springmoor Resident

In the late 1990s, Marlene Lambeth’s mother, who then lived in Florida, decided that she wanted to move closer to Marlene, her only child. At the time, Marlene lived in Raleigh and was studying the pipe organ with a woman who lived at Springmoor. Upon Marlene’s recommendation, her mother added Springmoor to her list of communities to tour.

After visiting a few different communities in Raleigh, Marlene’s mother chose Springmoor. Marlene visited her mother often when she lived at Springmoor and was active in the community even back then. She not only volunteered to play piano at the community, but also became familiar with many of her mother’s new friends.

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