At Bentley, we want to do everything in our power to make the decision to transition to community living as smooth as possible. It’s natural that you’ll have lots of questions about the process and we’re here to help.
Our services include comprehensive wellness and personal care plans and proven financial and real estate guidance. We look forward to working directly with you and your family to create a plan precisely for your needs. Please contact us today to get started.
We can introduce you to trusted real estate professionals to take care of all the steps necessary to sell your home. Our financing options will help you take the time you need to get the best price possible on your home.
The Department of Veterans Affairs offers an Aid and Attendance benefit of up to $2,120 monthly. If you’re a veteran, are married to a veteran, or your late spouse was a veteran, you might be eligible.
We’re happy to connect you with someone who can guide you through the qualification process and paperwork required.
Your life insurance policy might be a solution for funding your move to Bentley Commons, or, if you’re currently paying for life insurance but can no longer afford the payments or need coverage, a life settlement might be an excellent option.
A life settlement allows you to trade in your life insurance for cash. This is sometimes three to four times what you would be able to access through your policy’s cash surrender value. We can connect you with a provider to find out if this is the solution for you.
For individuals considering assisted living, long-term care insurance may be able to cover the cost of assisted living while protecting your assets and your family’s inheritance.
We can work with you to review your current policy and help you plan for assisted living costs.
The low monthly payments of an Elderlife line of credit can be the ideal financial approach for some individuals.
The Elderlife line of credit can be used to:
We’re near the stunning Merrimack River, just a short drive from downtown Bedford, and close to the cities of Nashua and Manchester.