- This list mainly features new construction communities, but there are three resale communities to explore. These active adult communities span seven states: Arizona, California, Georgia, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Tennessee. Keep reading to discover the active adult communities we added to 55places.com.
- It's that time of year again when everyone puts together "best of" lists, and here at 55places.com, we're proud to be part of the trend. Our information is especially useful for active adult homebuyers, and for this list, we took a look at Pennsylvania.
- The rent vs. buy debate has long been argued. But for those in retirement, the dilemma deepens. Sure, homeownership offers stable, reliable payments (great for that fixed income) and the ability to customize your property as you choose, but renting offers perks too. So, how do you choose?
- Arizona remains as popular as ever as a retirement destination for active adults. The first active adult community, after all, was Sun City. The state's warm climate is a big part of its attraction, as are the tax advantages for retirees. Here is a list of the best-selling Arizona communities in 2019.If you're thinking about moving to Central Texas, you'll find more than scenic views and urban conveniences--you'll also discover many affordable 55+ communities. Read on to explore five neighborhoods that offer Central Texas homes for sale under $300k.
- There are now over 100 active adult communities in Central New Jersey, so choosing the right one takes time. One way to start is by looking at some that have a highly sought-after amenity: a community transit bus. We've put together a list of Central New Jersey 55+ neighborhoods with homes for sale that offer this convenience.The Villages has announced a partnership with University of Florida Health with the intent of becoming "America's Healthiest Hometown." This initiative will bring a range of new services, resources, and support to residents at The Villages, including a focus on dental, nursing, public health, and even veterinary needs.
- These tenured homeowners have lived in the same home many years, but which cities are these deeply-rooted homeowners living in? We were curious to find out, so we analyzed Census Bureau housing data to determine which cities have the largest number of homeowners who have lived in the same home for 30 years or more.With nearly 100 new-home sales in its opening year, the award-winning 55+ community Altis is attracting attention from homebuyers across the country. Altis is gaining high praise and recognition for its innovative, eco-friendly designs, and world-class lifestyle amenities.