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Cari Oleskewicz writes about Florida communities and news for 55places.com. She has created content for dozens of other online and print publications including ConsumerAffairs, The Washington Post, USA...
Cari Oleskewicz writes about Florida communities and news for 55places.com. She has created content for dozens of other online and print publications including ConsumerAffairs, The Washington Post, USA Today, PocketSense.com, and The Nest. In the last seven years, Cari has been invited to contribute blogs and articles for real estate and property management companies across the country, and has delivered presentations on the importance of content and web copy in building a real estate business.
Before launching her writing career, Cari was a communications and editorial strategist for a digital advertising agency in Tampa and managed the communications department of a nonprofit organization serving people with disabilities in Maryland. She has also taught middle school and writes poetry. Cari graduated from Marist College in Poughkeepsie, New York in 1994, with a BA in Communications/Journalism. She currently lives in Tampa, travels frequently, and recently helped her father find the perfect 55+ community to call home.
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- Opportunities to stay active should be one of your criteria when you're looking for a place to live. If Jacksonville is your target location, there are several 55+ communities that do an especially impressive job of helping residents stay fit and active.
- The Tampa Bay area provides new construction, condos, golf-course living, and waterfront views at a reasonable price. It's an excellent region for active adults who enjoy warm weather, diverse amenities, and communal neighborhoods. These 55+ communities are ideal for anyone seeking Tampa real estate.
- A 55+ community can have the best amenities and the best location, but if residents don't love where they live--it's going to show. Luckily, Del Webb Ponte Vedra has everything active adults are looking for in a home, and the homeowners there love where they live.
- Trilogy Orlando is named for its proximity to the world's theme park capital, but it's actually located 30 miles away from Orlando, in a Central Florida town called Groveland, where the rolling hillsides and the colorful wildflowers might make you forget you're in Florida at all.
- The 1,000th home has been sold at Latitude Margaritaville in Daytona Beach. With the first home being sold two-and-a-half years ago in the luxury gated community, the 1,000th home sold in September demonstrates the strength of this growing active adult enclave in Florida's central Atlantic region.