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    Columbus, OH is home to a variety of affordable communities and homes without having to give up private amenities. The area is popular because it maintains midwestern charm while keeping the attractions of a metropolitan area. In Columbus and its suburbs, residents will find cultural attractions, diverse dining options, and many opportunities for continuing education.

    by David Witek on September 18th, 2018No Comments

    Small communities are beneficial in many ways to residents. Smaller communities lead to a close-knit community with neighbors. A slower paced lifestyle away from the activity and stress of a big city. If you're hoping to enjoy a tight-knit community while staying close to family in the Midwest, we've found some of the best small communities in the region.
    The Midwest features some of the most supportive sports fans in the country. College football fans are possibly the ​most passionate of the bunch. If you're an active adult looking for a community near your team's stadium, you're in the right place. Here are some 55+ communities located near Columbus, Ann Arbor, and Minneapolis.
    Pioneer Ridge is an active adult community in North Ridgeville, Ohio, just outside of Cleveland. Single-family and attached homes in the community run from the low $200s to the low $500s. Active adults looking to downsize or stay near family in Ohio will love the modern amenities Pioneer Ridge by Del Webb offers.

    by Adam Prestigiacomo on August 14th, 2018No Comments

    Ohio manages to attract homebuyers thanks to its relatively low cost of living, its scenic natural settings, and its culture and entertainment options. Home to major cities like Columbus, Cleveland, and Cincinnati, Ohio is definitely a state worth exploring. Read on to learn more about Ohio's best lowest-priced communities.

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    by Brad Mitchell on November 30th, 20175 Comments

    When people think retirement, their minds don’t often go to Dayton, Ohio. As more unconventional retirement destinations become options for Baby Boomers, Ohio – and Dayton specifically – have seen an increase in active lifestyle communities and retirees. It’s not only Ohioans that have looked towards Dayton for retirement, but also out-of-state residents. The biggest reasons behind this surge in popularity is a low cost of living, attractions like museums and green spaces, and a good selection of active lifestyle communities in the area.

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    Builder Pulte Homes plans to develop a new age-restricted community in northern New Albany, Ohio. The community will consist of 240 single-family homes built on 90 acres of land located off of Schleppi Road and near the Rocky Fork Metro Park. New Albany Co., who is the landowner, plans to sell the parcel of land to Pulte Homes later this year.

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    by Elliot Crumpley on March 1st, 2016No Comments

    Dizzying skyscrapers or country serenity? Lower cost of living or favorable taxes? The collegiate Columbus or culinary craftsmanship of Chicago? Indiana isn’t all that separates Ohio and Illinois.

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    Founders Ed Bacome and Phil Fankhauser began Epcon Communities in Dublin, Ohio, in 1986, when they tapped into an overlooked segment of real estate—the maturing homebuyer. Today, based on a mission to combine innovative home design with myriad amenities, more than 26,000 families and individuals live in an Epcon community. With over two dozen in Central Ohio, Epcon Communities has become one of the premier real estate builders of luxury single-story homes and residential communities, particularly for active adults.
    Ohio might not be the first state that comes to mind when thinking about retirement. However active adults in the Midwest can find many low-maintenance home options without having to move far away from friends and family. Specifically, the active lifestyle communities in the Columbus, Ohio area offer great home options for working adults and retirees.


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