Month: March 2016

How to Plan for Retirement When You’re Self-Employed

Being self-employed is convenient. You get to set your own schedule and have the flexibility to switch things up in an instant. One of the drawbacks of being self-employed is planning and saving for your own retirement. Although, saving for your retirement is possible even if you’re self-employed.

The Pros & Cons of Home Improvement Loans

Making improvements is typically one of the main priorities of homeowners. . The problem is that actually making these improvements can be financially cumbersome, leaving many to live in a home with a dishwasher older than their children.

Best Places to Retire in New Jersey

Most retirees think of Florida, Arizona, or California as their ideal retirement destination. But they shouldn’t overlook New Jersey because it has plenty to offer. The Garden State has more than 200 active adult communities making it the second state with the most active adult communities in the U.S.

Where Do Baby Boomers Live?

A large majority of Baby Boomers are looking to live in locations where there is a low cost of living, affordable homes, proximity to family, and enjoyable climate. A few locations that made the list may surprise you, while others are not surprising at all.

5 Condo Communities to Consider for Retirement

Condominium living is a great option for active adults seeking a true low-maintenance lifestyle. Not only does living in a condo mean that you can say goodbye to the rake and shovel, it also provides an affordable option in areas that typically command a higher price point. If you’ve always wanted to retire near a large city or an in-demand area without the daunting price tag, condominium living makes that possible.

Coming Soon! Del Webb at Chateau Elan

Del Webb at Chateau Elan, opening in the fall of 2016, will not only bring the developer’s renowned lifestyle to the Atlanta area for the fifth time, but will also be adjacent to one of the state’s most idyllic and enduring attractions: Chateau Elan.

15 Largest Active Adult Communities in the U.S.

All of these large age-restricted or age-targeted communities provide a variety of home styles as well as a rich lineup of amenities sprawled across acres of beautiful landscaping with endless options for physical activity and social recreation. It’s all up to the homebuyers’ preference on where they want to live and what type of neighborhood they want to be a part of to enjoy their Golden Years. Here are 15 of the largest active adult communities in the nation:

Paradise Living for Active Adults in Florida

Sweeping vistas, lagoon-like beaches, and the promise of warm weather have been drawing retirees to Florida’s Gulf Coast for generations. In a popular retirement destination, builders had to go above and beyond to stand out from the crowd by incorporating the needs and wants of retirees, while putting their unique stamp on their active adult communities. Wellington at Seven Hills provides everything and more that retirees want in a Florida Gulf Coast 55+ community.

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