Before doling out money to an eldercare attorney, I want to ask my question here first. When my husband learned of his dementia diagnosis 3 years ago, at the urging of our estate planning attorney, he transferred the house to me so that there won't be any problems for him to apply for Medicaid later. I am now the sole owner of the house. According to my eldercare attorney when I spoke to her last year, as long as I live in it, Medicaid won't disqualify him. But here is a question for you all: What if I sold the house now and bought a condo for us to live near the hospital, shops, public transportation, etc., would Medicaid go after the profit?