Few planners have helped their clients develop plans to address their long-term housing needs, although many advisors contend with this issue in their own lives.

That’s according to a new survey of 506 financial advisors by asset management firm Legg Mason. The study found that just 14% of respondents have aided clients with this issue, although 45% have made housing-related plans for themselves.

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