What Makes an Award Winning Active Adult Community?
Active adult communities offer amenities and activities that appeal to many retirees and empty nesters. Choosing a community is subjective, and any potential resident will have their own particular interests and preferred amenities. But what features can be found at an award winning active adult community?
Find Your Inner Mozart at Active Adult Communities
In active adult communities across the country, retirees are learning that it is never too late to start music lessons. In fact, retirement can be an ideal time to renew an interest in a long-forgotten instrument or pick up an entirely new musical skill.
How Retirees can Now Benefit from the Home Buyer Tax Credit
The home buyer tax credit is a chance to financially augment retirement living with a new home and lower taxes. The first and most clear way to benefit from the new home buyer tax credit is the $6,500.00 check that could be paid to home buyers by the Department of the Treasury if the property is indentured by April 30, 2010.
Why More Retirees are Choosing to Live in Urban Areas
Whether dreams include a beach, mountain or desert retirement, chances are there is an active adult community ready to cater to that dream. Yet there are a number of retirees who would prefer to spend their retirement years in more urban environments.
Central Florida Active Adult Communities - An Affordable Retirement
The Sunshine State has long been a hot spot for retirement living, yet lately some active adults have been skipping the coastal areas and opting to settle in Central Florida's active adult communities. What's behind this relocating trend?
Pay Cash or Finance Your Retirement Home, Which Is a Better Option?
Buying a new home is no simple feat, and when it comes to retirement finances many active adults struggle to make the decision to pay cash or finance their new homes. Read on to discover everything to take into consideration before making the decision.
Even Retirees Need a Vacation
Though some people envision retirement as a permanent vacation, retirees know that the reality is a bit less idyllic. Retirees may spend the majority of their time on projects and activities of their own choosing, yet they still have busy schedules and can benefit by taking time away from their day-to-day routines and family commitments.
Continuing Education in Active Adult Communities
Many 55+ communities understand their residents' desire to learn, and partner with local colleges to provide easily accessible educational opportunities. Several colleges across the country have lifelong learning programs that offer continuing education for those not seeking a college degree.