Lutheran Hillside Village's application process and the options on you can finance getting in there were very appealing to us. For example, you can do it one or 2 ways -- you can try to sell your home and then use the proceeds of your home to purchase your apartment, or you can gift your home to the facility and then the facility will actually give you credit for the amount that it appraises towards the purchase of your apartment. The only difference is if you sell your own home and then purchase, when the resident passes away, the family gets 95% of the value. If you have them sell the home and you gift the home to them, you only get 50% of the value. Mom will be moving in there. The facility is very modern, and they're expanding. They're creating more assisted living quarters because the residency is aging, and they're keeping everything fresh. The appealing thing for us is Mom is able to stay in her apartment for as long as she can and if she needs some sort of assistance like making sure she takes her meds, she can move to the assisted living portion of the facility, and when you no longer can maintain yourself in the assisted living, you go right into nursing care. So it's all in one location, and you get preferential to moving through all the phases because you're a resident. It was just a smooth process for the application, the purchase, and the contract. All that went well, very simple, streamlined, and didn't take us long. We just looked into this a month ago, and now she's ready to move.