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Ellen Kershner has been a content writer for 55places.com since June of 2018. She covers the Northeast, contributing stories about New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania active adult communities and...
Ellen Kershner has been a content writer for 55places.com since June of 2018. She covers the Northeast, contributing stories about New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania active adult communities and lifestyle. She also writes for Spryte Communications, a Philadelphia healthcare marketing company, Advanta Advertising, and Premier Legal Marketing. From 2008 to 2018, she was the Director of Marketing for Senior Salon Services, a company that manages salons in retirement and assisted living communities. Ellen also worked in the Editorial Department of Shopper’s Guide, a South Jersey publication with a circulation of 500,000. Her work has also been published by The Philadelphia Inquirer, Ed Hitzel’s Restaurant Magazine, and the Burlington County NJ Trend newspaper group. She graduated with honors from The American University in Washington DC in 1986 and currently lives in Marlton, NJ.
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- If you're thinking of settling down in PA, Eastern Pennsylvania real estate could be a good option for you. All in all, there are 127 active adult communities in this region. Here's the low-down on the communities in Eastern Pennsylvania that don't have age restrictions.
- This county is easy to get around in, offers great leisure time opportunities, boasts excellent medical organizations, and has more shopping than you'll ever need. If you want to retire in Monmouth County and you can swing $250k, there are several large active adult communities that fall into this price range.
- With its milder climate, lower cost of living, and year-round recreational opportunities, Northeast Florida is popular among active adult homebuyers. There are 36 retirement neighborhoods in this part of the state, and one of the newest and brightest is WaterSong at RiverTown in St. Johns.
- Lancaster County is a popular tourist destination and a perfect area for active adults to call home. It draws in people who appreciate rolling hills and farmlands, fascinating history, and modern conveniences. Also called "Pennsylvania Dutch Country," it's located in the southern central area of the state.