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    Phoenix is known by many as the retirement capital of the West. Recently though, Las Vegas has been making strides with several popular 55+ communities. If you're considering a desert retirement we've broken down the pros and cons of each popular city.

    by Adam Prestigiacomo on June 19th, 2018No Comments

    Active adults are heading west, and that doesn't just mean to Arizona. The Las Vegas area has seen several 55+ communities pop up over the last decade. If you're considering the move, take a look at what to do in one of the area's most popular cities, Henderson.
    There has been much fanfare since Shea Homes announced what will be the fourth 55+ community in the popular Las Vegas master-planned community, Summerlin. Now, Trilogy has announced the details for the community's modern amenity center, Outlook Club. Let's take a look inside...
    The Las Vegas area is getting another new 55-plus community thanks to William Lyon Homes. The builder announced plans to construct a 601 single-family-home community in Pahrump, Nevada. Ovation at Mountain Falls will be perfect for active adults looking to downsize as well as search for reasonably priced homes starting in the low $200s to the mid $300s.

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    by Brad Mitchell on February 22nd, 20172 Comments

    Heritage at Cadence is one of Nevada’s newest 55-plus communities and its modern amenities certainly do not disappoint. Located just a twenty-minute drive from the heart of Las Vegas, the community offers a low-maintenance and relaxing lifestyle as well as a convenient place for experiencing the glitz and glamor of the Vegas Strip. Heritage at Cadence is located within the master-planned community of Cadence, meaning the amenities don’t just stop at what’s in Heritage, but include the convenience of living in a leafy suburb.

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    Active adults looking to set their sights toward the Southwest should consider Nevada or Arizona as their ideal retirement destination. But which one is right for you? Well, that all depends on personal taste and what’s important to you when choosing where to retire. Both states are similar with regards to climate, low taxes, outdoor recreation, and affordable homes. They also have a lower cost of living when compared to other states for retirement like Oregon and California. Nevada and Arizona also have a variety of active adult communities that are perfect for Baby Boomers who want a vibrant and social lifestyle. So which state will it be: Nevada or Arizona?

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    Active adult homebuyers looking for a new 55+ community to build their ideal retirement dream home have plenty of options to choose from this year. Grand openings at new active adult communities are sprouting all over the country from prestigious builders like Del Webb, K. Hovnanian, and Taylor Morrison that are sure to offer the latest trends that appeal to the Baby Boomer lifestyle.

    by Bill Ness on October 13th, 20152 Comments

    With its beautiful climate and great scenery, many active adults decide to relocate to various regions in Nevada. One hot spot that has grown over the past decade is Summerlin, an affluent master-planned community located in Las Vegas. Summerlin is a carefully laid-out community with numerous neighborhoods and homes for future residents to choose from.
    Regency at Damonte Ranch in Reno, Nevada is an age-restricted community that offers new construction homes. This active adult development began in 2015 and upon completion, this 55+ neighborhood will expand to 650 homes inside of its gates.
    Sun Crest is an age-restricted neighborhood that's part of the master-planned development of Highland Vistas. Located in Mesquite, Nevada, this gated community features an intimate atmosphere with convenient access to an impressive array of amenities, both indoors and outdoors. It's within easy reach of recreational activities and local attractions, offering 55+ active adults plenty of ways to pursue a socially active and healthy lifestyle.

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