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Amy Tranium covers North and South Carolina for 55places.com, contributing stories about active adult communities and trends in both states. Amy is a freelance writer with more than 10 years of journalism...
Amy Tranium covers North and South Carolina for 55places.com, contributing stories about active adult communities and trends in both states. Amy is a freelance writer with more than 10 years of journalism experience that ranges from working in public relations for professional sports teams to producing digital content for TV stations in top markets across the country. Her writing has also appeared in StyleBlueprint, Scoop Charlotte, and goCarolinas. A graduate of Virginia Commonwealth University, Amy has lived in Charlotte more almost a decade.
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- In recent years Greenville, South Carolina has become one of the most sought after cities in the southeast. Greenville is consistently growing in size and popularity, but there are still a number of active adult communities offering prospective homebuyers affordable price tags.
- Located just outside of Charlotte, North Carolina in the suburb of Wesley Chapel, there's a new active adult community, Pinnacle at Wesley Chapel. Built by Taylor Morrison, the small, age-restricted neighborhood will feature a total of 60 single-family homes upon final completion.
- As North Carolina's largest city, Charlotte--nicknamed the Queen City--has a lot to offer residents. Fortunately, for retirees considering a move to the beloved city, there are still affordable housing options when it comes to active adult communities.
- There are few things better than spending a day out on the lake boating, whether it's to fish, soak up the sun, or just to enjoy a peaceful ride on the water. There are several communities throughout North Carolina that have direct access to some of the state's most popular lakes.
- Central North Carolina is highly desirable among the 55+ crowd for its mild temperatures and outdoor recreation, but its popularity doesn't mean housing prices are steep. Central North Carolina has a number of affordable active adult communities with homes for sale under $200k.