Month: September 2016

Saving Habits of Boomers vs. Millennials

There’s no question that each generation has a unique set of circumstances and experiences that form their values and goals. Baby Boomers and Millennials are no different in this regard. But what is it exactly that makes the Millennials and the Boomers handle their finances so differently, especially in their saving habits?

The 25 Best Value Active Adult Communities of 2016 is proud to release its annual list of the 25 best value active adult communities for 2016. These age-restricted communities offer a variety of homes in prime locations at reasonable prices along with lavish clubhouses and world-class amenities.

Where to Retire If You Love Art

You’ve worked your whole life for retirement, now that it’s here it’s time for you to explore your passions, or even find new ones. These passions don’t need to be solo endeavors either, there are communities and organizations across the country that cater to specific interests and hobbies, especially the arts. Even if you’ve always considered yourself a creative person, many recent retires are surprised by how much a career can stifle their creative energy. Feelings from childhood you thought you were long passed can be reborn as you dedicate more of your energy to expression and creativity. Whether you’re a creator, an admirer, looking for classes, or looking for galleries, there are many places to retire that will fulfill, and sometimes awake, artist’s passion.

Apps Your Grandkids Want You to Know About

Smartphones are so ubiquitous these days that it’s nearly mandatory that everyone is familiar with them in today’s world. Having the newest iPhone or Android, however, isn’t just an exercise in keeping up, it’s a great way to further your relationship with your grandchildren.

Best Communities for Pickleball Enthusiasts

Pickleball has become the fastest growing sport in America. Many active adult communities are encouraging the growth of the sport by including pickleball courts and plenty of other amenities as well. See which communities are great to retire in if you love pickleball here.

5 Tools and Tips for Tracking Your Ancestry

Getting to know the branches of your family tree can take time when first starting out. There are many websites that are helpful with your search, some better than others, but there are some steps of preparation that you will need to do before digging into your family’s background. Following are a few tools and tips that can help you track your ancestry.

Top Housing Markets for Baby Boomers

Approximately 10,000 people in America are turning 65 every day and with this growing population looking to move and change their housing situation, active adult builders have been trying to keep up.

Best Cities to Retire in if You Love Football

Are you ready for some football? Football is the most popular sport in America and if you’re a hardcore fan then you’ll probably want to spend your free time in retirement consuming every aspect of it. While there are a ton of cities across the U.S. that have great college or professional football leagues and stadiums as well as cater to football enthusiasts, they may have unfavorable tax rates or higher cost of living. But if you aren’t living on a fixed income then choosing a retirement city that has all of your football needs will be much easier to find. Whether you choose to live in the south, east coast, or west coast, or near your favorite football stadium, the choice is up to you. If you’re planning your retirement around tailgating events or attending an NFL or college game then check out these 7 cities that are perfect for football fans.

Here Are the Best 55-Plus Communities for Fitness Fanatics

More and more retirees seek communities where they can stay active and healthy. It isn’t all about the fitness centers–although these communities’ are state-of-the-art–there are also low-impact fitness opportunities. Check out our list of the best communities for fitness fanatics!

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