My husband and I are considering buying into a CCRC. We can afford it, but I am concerned about the financial stability of the community that we might otherwise prefer. They are a non-profit, but are losing money every year and operating on city revenue bonds. I guess it's a great deal for residents now, who are obviously paying less than the cost of the services they get; but we could live another 20-30 years, and if we buy in now, is there much assurance that they can fulfill our contract? When I asked the manager, he said that the management company would find someplace to borrow more money if they need to. I know this industry has had financial problems in some communities. Does anyone know about the resolution of such problems in any specific community or have any advice for me? If we make the buy-in and pay the monthly fee for several years, I fear that we won't have the financial or emotional resources to relocate if the CCRC folds.