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Jessica Powers is a Content Associate for 55places.com where she creates community pages and is a blog contributor. Jessica has also edited, built newsletters, and provided outreach for...
Jessica Powers is a Content Associate for 55places.com where she creates community pages and is a blog contributor. Jessica has also edited, built newsletters, and provided outreach for 55places.com
Along with creating content for the site, her writing has appeared in Hair Trigger, Ransack Press, and Hair Trigger 2.0. She was an acquisition editor for Hair Trigger, the literary magazine for Columbia College Chicago where she is currently working toward earning an undergraduate degree in Creative Writing with a minor in Education. She is also currently a copyeditor and fiction editor for the college's online magazine, Hair Trigger 2.0.
28 Articles by this Author
- To keep track of the desires of active adult homebuyers, every month we compile a list of the most popular communities based on page visits. Homebuyers curious about where fellow active adults are looking may find this list helpful. Here are the most popular 55+ communities of June.
- As more people come into retirement age, the need for inclusivity and diversity increases. Recently, SeniorAdvice.com released its top 20 cities to retire to in the U.S. Not only are these cities LGBTQ+ friendly, but many of them also have 55+ communities nearby! Here are just a few communities LGBTQ+ retirees can consider.
- New construction homes offer active adult homebuyers a variety of benefits. Along with modern home styles, homeowners enjoy the ability to choose their own colors and styles, easy to navigate floor plans, modern appliances, and more. Here are a few options in Northern California.
- Homebuyers looking for a 55+ community within Oceanside are in luck as there are several in the area, here are some of this vibrant city's most popular active adult communities based on 55places pageviews.
- Although golf communities are popular amongst 55+ homebuyers, a view of the putting green or ninth hole is not everyone's dream home. Retirees that live in communities without golf courses often enjoy lower homeowners' association fees as well as less traffic.