When searching out an ideal active adult community, prospective residents often face confusing terminology when it comes to home descriptions. A similarly designed home may go by multiple names from one community to the next. What does it all mean?
Month: March 2010
There are many challenges that affect retirement planning for women. On average, women have a longer life expectancy and a lower median income than men. Due to their primary parenting or caretaker roles, women often spend a significant portion of their lives outside of the workforce, or working part-time jobs. Here’s what women can do when it comes to planning for retirement.
Descriptions of the golf courses at active adult communities often include a mention of the golf course designer. What does this say about both the golf course and the community? Golf courses are often the central feature of an active adult community. Their design must incorporate beauty, challenging play, and flexibility for players of various skill levels.
Active adult communities that are found in rural settings provide both the benefits of living close to others of a similar age, and the charm of small town living. These age-restricted communities are often smaller than their sprawling resort-style counterparts, yet still offer comparable amenities.
Retirees relocating to Florida often dream of a waterfront home. With over 7,000 lakes spread throughout Florida, many active adult communities contain their own scenic, fishing or boating lakes and homes with beautiful water views. Take a peek at Lake Ashton, Solivita, Lely Resort, VeronaWalk, and VillageWalk at Bonita Springs.