Looking for the Best 55+ Retirement Communities?

If you happen to be one of the millions and millions of Americans who are 55+ years of age, chances are you are looking for resources to help identify the best 55+ retirement communities. The fun to read profiles on this site can help keep you from selecting a 55+ community that does not fit your needs and personality.

What used to be called a retirement community is now labelled as a 55+, fifty-five and over, or active adult community. As the name implies these age restricted communities are reserved for people over a certain age, to reflect their unique needs for recreation and an easier lifestyle.



55+ communities come as gated communities, and many are oriented around golf, tennis, marinas, equestrian, or even aviation themes. Other adults 55+ would like to live in a college or university town, while some others seek to live in a big city like Chicago, or a small town like Holland Michigan. Topretirements.com has useful, unbiased facts on over 200 55+ communities to help you discover the one that meet your dreams.

For each fifty five plus community you will find an objective profile, photo, Google Maps, and detailed facts to help you learn more about that retirement community. Top-rated communities from more than 40 states and countries are profiled at Topretirements.com - from New Hampshire to Louisiana; Kentucky to Montana. Easy-to-use tools give you valuable research on real estate prices and the local cultural, economic, medical, and environment and transportation infrastructure.



Topretirements.com can help you make the best possible decision about where you should consider living in retirement.

Find Reviews of the Best 55+ Retirement Communities

To find out more about retirement communities by state

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The community reviews on the right are a good way to start exploring.


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