Month: March 2011

Trilogy at Redmond Ridge: Tranquil Northwest Living

Set in the beautiful Cascade Mountains of Washington, Trilogy at Redmond Ridge attracts active adults . who enjoy participating in activities that keep their mind and body young. We take a look at how the 55+ community offers easy living with modern floor plans in a setting rife with natural beauty, making retirement in the Pacific Northwest an easy choice.

Is a New Home a Better Home?

When shopping for an active adult community, retirees are frequently drawn to the idea of buying a newly built home. However, for many active adults, choosing an available resale home ends up being a great alternative. There are pros and cons to either option, so it’s often best to learn more about each when looking for your next home.

Snowbird University is Summer Camp for Retirees

Located on the banks of the Mississippi River in cheery Minnesota, Winona State University offers many lifelong learning opportunities for active adults. We take a look at the university’s summer programs that offer fun and engaging courses to retirees interested in a cool summer.

North Carolina or South Carolina: Where to Retire?

More and more active adults are seeing the benefits of retirement in North or South Carolina. Each Carolina offers favorable climates and taxes as well as top-notch 55+ communities. Keep reading to find out which state is right for you.

Owning Two Homes: Twice the Fun and Twice the Headaches

Owning a second home can seem like a great idea for travel-minded active adults. When it comes to managing two homes, however, the bills and upkeep of your second home is not something to take lightly. Keep reading to learn why owning two homes in retirement isn’t always a perfect first choice.

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