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Students can live in this Dutch development for free if they hang out with seniors

The cost of rent is engaging with seniors for 30 hours a month With the world’s population getting older and older and more young adults unable to afford living away from home, a new housing model just might strike the perfect balance between socially supporting seniors and offering affordable rents for young people. Humanitas Deventer is a senior-living home where students can live rent-free if they hang out with senior residents for 30 hours each month.
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