Jennifer Arndt wrote about active adult communities and 55+ lifestyle trends for 55places.com from 2010 to 2014. She previously worked as a Marketing Manager for Pulte Homes and is the President of Arndt I Clever, a website design and marketing service.
5 Articles by Jennifer Arndt
Fearrington Village - Country Charm and Elegant Lifestyle Living in North Carolinaby Jennifer Arndt on April 3rd, 2014
Fearrington Village is a unique community beautifully designed on the grounds of a historic farm to offer exceptional amenities and attractive homes. Located in Pittsboro, North Carolina, the community is open to residents of all ages yet is especially appealing to active adults for its combination of luxury amenities, quality homes, engaging social atmosphere and country charm.
Simple Feng Shui for the Active Adultby Jennifer Arndt on July 23rd, 2010
Active adults homeowners often turn to Feng Shui for guidance on decorating and rearranging in a manageable way. How could Feng Shui help you to redecorate? Following these simple steps could help you change your space in a variety of ways.
Active Adult Communities Embrace Smaller Housing Trendby Jennifer Arndt on June 18th, 2010
Many Americans dream of owning their own home, but the tradition of having a large home has begun to change. It has become increasingly more popular to downsize when it comes to home ownership. Why do active adults follow this trend?
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Active Adults See Pros & Cons of Retiring Near Familyby Jennifer Arndt on May 10th, 2010
What are the pros and cons to retiring near family? A growing trend among many active adult community shoppers is to stay close to current family and friends.
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Facebook Baby Boomers More Than Double in One Yearby Jennifer Arndt on March 10th, 2010
In early 2010, Adweek Digital released statistical data regarding demographics of users based on age and sex. What's really exciting is the continued baby boomer Facebook boom! Year over year, from February 2009 to February 2010, Facebook users age 55 to 65 more than doubled from 3% to 7%. We promise this trend continues, how do we know? Because this excerpt was edited in 2019.