Active adult communities leave the fun in and take the work out of retirement living.

Just a few decades ago, when you reached retirement age, you were faced with maintaining that larger home the kids grew up in or selling it because you no longer had the time and energy to keep it up. If you were in fairly good health, a retirement home was not the place for you.

You wanted to get out and do all the things you hadn't been able to while still working.

Just as with your old neighborhood, you wanted a community of people of similar interests. Until some savvy developers started the concept of active adult communities, your alternatives were neighborhood condos or apartment complexes, neither of which offered the sense of community you were seeking.

Today's active adult community caters to retirement age people who are not ready to be put out to pasture!

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