Tag Archives: 55+ Retirement Communities
Are you in a quandary about building or buying your retirement home? Are you worried about all the aspects that go into both these factors? If so, you should always weigh the pros and cons of building and buying your retirement home. Here are a few for your convenience.
Selecting the right home builder, for your new home, is one of the most important decisions you will ever make. Lucky for you, there are helpful and proven ways to ensure a quality builder for your home.
You can enjoy so much of life when you live near water. These include fishing, swimming and boating which are common pastimes of active adults. If you are one of who likes nothing better than living near the water, here are five waterfront active adult communities you can consider.
Meeting new people and forming new friendships can be a great experience for some 55+ seniors. Others feel nervous about this aspect most of the time. Moving to a retirement community is an excellent way to make new friends, especially as they share the same interests as you.
Are you tired of the cold, sick of having to bundle yourself up with scarves, hats, coats and boots every time you go outside? Isn’t it time you considered a move to a warmer, sunnier clime? Active adults don’t like being cooped up indoors, they want to be out enjoying life. So, here are the ten sunniest places to consider for retirement:
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By Frank Curran: Principal and resident at The Fairways at Savannah Quarters, west Savannah’s finest Active Adult community. We can be reached at 450-9876 or at www.fairways-sq.com
As an Active Adult entering my senior years I can empathize with what some surveys have suggested is this number one fear— to assure I have the cash to live my golden years at a standard of living that I have earned. Our recent economic times and the bust in housing have not helped any of us in alleviating this concern.