There are many different reasons to live in historic Wilmington, North Carolina. Thankfully, for active adults who want to retire near the area's sandy shores, there are a number of incredible communities to consider. Here are four of the best active adult communities near Wilmington's scenic beaches.
When homebuyers see that the seller of a home has already signed a contract with another potential buyer, it makes sense to believe that the home is no longer available. But even when a home is under contract, there may still be a good chance that homebuyers can get the house of their dreams, or at least make an offer on it.
Homebuyers looking for homes for sale in a 55+ community in Kissimmee, Florida have a new option. Pulte Homes has announced they'll be building Tohoqua Reserve which will offer new construction single-family and attached homes.
Retirees who would rather spend time enjoying their favorite hobbies than pulling weeds in the garden or raking leaves in the front yard will savor the laid-back lifestyle of residing in a 55+ community with attached homes. Here's a look at some active lifestyle communities in Houston with attached homes.
Active adults looking for the best places to retire in Georgia have a new option. Glenhaven at Ridgewalk is a gated community located in Woodstock, this prime location puts residents close to Downtown Atlanta and everything the city has to offer.
Allentown area real estate is budget-friendly, and many 55+ neighborhoods have homes for sale under $200k. Other benefits of living here include less traffic, abundant open space and outdoor recreational opportunities, and a lower overall cost of living.
There are many reasons why residents love Mission Royale, a 55+ community in Casa Grande (midway between Tucson and Phoenix in Central Arizona). Not least of these is access to the Mission Royale Golf Club, along with the many other amenities, the active lifestyle, and the community's location.
Delray Beach is a seaside community that's close to larger cities like West Palm Beach and Fort Lauderdale. It has its own artsy, Atlantic coast vibe, and active adults have begun to notice that it's an excellent place to find upscale, affordable neighborhoods that are perfect for retirement.
If your retirement bucket list includes being close--but not too close--to the beach, have a look at Seacrest Pines. This must-see new 55+ community is poised to offer homebuyers easy access to the deep blue sea and all the nearby conveniences that they need.
The Bay Area is well-known as an economic and entertainment hub, and it's notorious for its high real estate prices. But active adults can still find some reasonably priced 55+ communities that are selling homes for $350k or under. Read on to discover more about these bargain-priced communities.