Can Someone Under Age 55 Live in a 55+ Community?
People under the age of 55 can live in a 55+ community, but there are some stipulations. This article explores how those who are younger than 55 can do just that.
Looking for a Launchpad: What the 55-Plus Demographic Really Wants and Needs
Those over the age of 55 are not old, many aren’t truly retired and very few qualify as “seniors” in a stereotypical sense. So what do they want and need in new homes? Master planned communities that offer great amenities and activities.
What’s Hot in 55+ Housing: Wellness, Rentals and Showers, Oh My!
The newer generation of 55+ buyers are looking for more amenity-driven communities. Here are what communities and builders are doing to cater to the influx of Baby Boomers hitting that 55+ age range.
The Benefits of 55-Plus Communities
VIDEO: Thinking of buying into an active adult neighborhood? Before you make the move, take a moment to note the benefits of 55-plus communities.
Finding the Keys to Your Vacation Getaway
Buying a second home is exciting, but it comes with special considerations that differ from buying your primary home. Here you can find the key details to get you that much closer to a vacation getaway.
How to Find the Aging-in-Place New Home That Fits You and Your Family
As you look for a new home, it’s important to ask yourself how long you will be in the home. If you want to retire there, then an aging-in-place home may be your best fit.
Multigenerational Homes: Multigenerational Living is Back
Until World War II, It was common for Americans to live in multigenerational households. That trend is back, abetted by new home designs that address issues of privacy and autonomy.
Ascaya: Luxury Living on a Las Vegas Mountain Top
Looking for a new home that feels like a lavish New York City Penthouse but has more open space and quiet than the city provides? Look no further than Ascaya, a luxury community near the Las Vegas strip.
Emerging Retirement Hot Spots for New-Age Retirees
As the notion of true retirement fades away, retirees are seeking homes in atypical communities based on proximity to family, community amenities and even work opportunities.
What’s on the Horizon for 55+ and Retirement Options?
As more Americans hit retirement, it’s important to consider their housing needs. This article examines what’s on the horizon for 55-plus and senior living options and what developers are doing to respond to what will be an ongoing need in the coming decades.