Month: December 2014

55places Names The Villages as The 2014 Community of the Year

The Villages is celebrated as Florida’s Friendliest Hometown and with an estimated 56,268 households of residents age 55 and better, it is one of the largest active adult communities in the world. Countless amenities, daily activities, homes in every price range and a solid 5-star resident rating affirm the Villages as the 55 Places 2014 Community of the Year.

Pinehurst, North Carolina Appeals to Retirees with Nostalgic Charm and Renowned Golf

Located in Central North Carolina, the Village of Pinehurst is known for its historic charm and Southern hospitality. It is also the home of Pinehurst Resort and other popular golf retreats, and home to both the Men’s and Women’s 2014 U.S. Open. The area features several active adult communities, as well, making it a lovely place for an active retirement.

Plantation Golf & Country Club – Relaxing Florida Lifestyle Living in Venice

Plantation Golf & Country Club offers an appealing variety of home styles and membership options. In Southwest Florida’s beautiful Venice area, Plantation Golf & Country Club offers a prime retreat for active adult retirees. This popular community is open to residents of all ages, making it a great option for active adults who want resort-style …

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10 Great U.S. Travel Destinations to Enjoy Warm Weather this Winter

Traveling during the cold winter months is a great way to explore the country’s warmer areas in their less-crowded off season. And the United States has no shortage of sunny year-round destinations. Check out these popular getaways from the American South, Southwest and West Coast.

Do I Need a Real Estate Attorney to Buy or Sell My Home?

Buying a home is an expensive investment and one that should be taken with care. In most states, you can legally conduct real estate transactions without a lawyer. However, hiring an attorney can bring some added protection, particularly in more complex transactions.

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