Month: August 2017

Homebuyers Willing to Sacrifice Home Square Footage for Outdoor Space

Taylor Morrison, a leading national homebuilder and developer, recently conducted a survey in cooperation with Wakefield Research that showed more homebuyers want outdoor living spaces and are willing to sacrifice indoor home square footage to get it. According to the survey, about 56% of homebuyers would sacrifice a larger home to obtain a bigger yard.

Active Adult Communities with Dog Parks

Active adult communities across the country are becoming more pet-friendly and providing amenities that cater to dog-owning Baby Boomers. Visit 55places.com to see some of the most pet-friendly retirement communities in the nation.

Community Spotlight on Del Webb at Rancho Del Lago

Del Webb at Rancho Del Lago is a popular, gated active adult community in Vail, Arizona that is attracting more homebuyers thanks to its superb resort-style amenities, quality and affordable home designs, and vibrant social scene. Visit 55places.com to read more about this 55+ retirement community.

Binns Farms Active Adult Community Planned for Hermitage, TN

Craighead Development and Ole South Properties are set to close on Binns Farms, a 285-acre site where they plan to build a 500-home active adult community and target 55+ homebuyers. Visit 55places.com to read about the new construction community in Tennessee.

Community Spotlight on Concordia, NJ

Concordia is an award-winning 55+ community offering retirees a variety of resale homes and amenities that promote health and wellness. Visit 55places.com to see homes, amenities, lifestyle, and more in Concordia.

Roundup: Communities Located in Urban Cities

While some retirees prefer the tranquil, gated active adult communities in rural and suburban locations, there are others that thrive in a city environment. Visit 55places.com to see a list of active adult communities located in urban cities.

Hottest 55+ Communities in Florida in 2017

Florida has always been a popular retirement destination because of its sunny weather, sandy beaches, and low taxes that have attracted retirees from across the country. Visit 55places.com to see the list of top 10 communities in Florida.

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