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Karl Schuster worked as the Neighborhood and Community Content Manager for 55places.com and Neighborhoods.com where he oversaw the creation of community profile pages, newsletters, and blog posts. He also...
Karl Schuster worked as the Neighborhood and Community Content Manager for 55places.com and Neighborhoods.com where he oversaw the creation of community profile pages, newsletters, and blog posts. He also worked as part of the 55places editorial team to develop relevant content for active adult communities and trends. As a semi-professional touring musician throughout most of his younger adult years, Karl has traveled much of the country meeting people and seeking new experiences. After a ten-year educational hiatus, Karl returned to Northeastern Illinois University to complete a degree in sociology.
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- Shorter days and cooler weather have a way of generating increased interest in 55+ communities, especially those in the Sun Belt. We've definitely seen this annual trend reappear in our list. Join us as we break down the top ten most popular communities on 55places.com for the month of October 2019.
- Atlanta area builder Jim Chapman Communities began construction on The Overlook at Old Atlanta in Suwanne, Georgia in 2016, and homes have been selling briskly ever since. Now, the builder has announced amenities have opened which is sure to drive more interest to this already highly desirable community.
- The HOA is not some board of overseers from outside the community intent on policing every detail of your home. Quite to the contrary, the HOA is you and your neighbors chipping in to keep the community in good shape and make improvements.
- National builder Pulte has announced tentative plans for a new Del Webb 55+ community to be located in Westfield, Indiana just north of Indianapolis. The announcement comes in the form of the petition to rezone 245 acres of farmland, paving way for what would be the area's third Del Webb community.
- It's no surprise then that college towns have become something of a "sleeper" favorite for retirees looking for an off-the-beaten-path retirement experience. We've rounded up some of the best college towns to retire in to provide you with retirement options that offer so much more than shuffleboard or lounging by a pool.