Leading property experts helping find the right accommodation for you

Welcome to My Future Living, the market leading UK retirement rentals company offering good quality, age-exclusive rental properties on assured tenancies in safe and friendly communities throughout the UK.  

We make renting in retirement easy and affordable, so you can really enjoy the next chapter of your life.

With over 2,000 high-quality apartments designed exclusively for the over 55s, we have homes to suit everyone. 

We offer apartments in modern purpose-built retirement developments by the coast, in thriving cities or pretty market towns. With so many options, you can choose where and how you want to live in retirement.

If you are new to renting, My Future Living’s friendly team is available to help you at every step. They will guide you through all aspects of renting with us, from the processes and costs involved, to what life in a retirement community is really like. They will help you find a home that’s just right for you. 

If you are ready to start the next chapter of your life, we would love to hear from you. 

“When I walked in it just felt like home straight away.” “I feel really safe…”
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“It was a great decision to move and now every day we enjoy stress-free living.”…”
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“The assured tenancy was a real benefit for me. Having rented a few places on shorthold…”
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“Everyone is so very friendly and there is a strong sense of community at Sheridan Lodge…”
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