Life at Heritage Shores is full of amenities, activities and social opportunities. When you live here, each day can be as active or laid back as you want it to be. When the sun goes down...
Valencia Lakes in Tampa offers an incredible Florida resort lifestyle and great new home value. The community has its own waterfront recreation area with a magnificent 27...
Nestled in the foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains, Tellico Village comprises over 5,000 acres along Tellico Lake. Established in 1986...
Affinity at Monterrey Village in San Antonio, Texas, offers a refreshing new option for the 55+ crowd. Here you can choose from an array of events and activities in which to participate...
Welcome to North Georgia's unique active-adult retreat - inspiring resort-style amenities coupled with beautiful homes. Our private and gated...
Encore at Eastmark, which opened in 2015, is the premier addition to the popular master planned community of Eastmark located in Mesa, Arizona...
What it's Like to Retire in Laurel-MD
Laurel Maryland is a suburban town in Prince George's County of about 21,000 people. It is northeast of Washington DC and near Columbia (MD), the National Security Agency's headquarters, Johns Hopkins University's Applied Physics Laboratory, and the Laurel Park Racecourse. There are a number of locations on the National Register of Historic Places in Laurel. Howard Community College and Prince George's County Community College share a campus in Laurel... more >>
What it's Like to Retire in Durham
Durham is a thriving town near the coast of New Hampshire, not far from Portsmouth. A college town, it is home to the University of New Hampshire. The population is just over 14,000. It is situated beside Great Bay at the mouth of the Oyster River. Photos courtesy of Wikipedia and Olivier Aumage... more >>
State: New Hampshire
What it's Like to Retire in Washington
Washington is a growing town of almost 19,000 in extreme soutwestern Utah. The popular retirement destination of St. George is nearby. Washington itself is not a particularly interesting town. There is a downtown with a Historical Museum and impressive church (Latter Day Saints), but not much else. The population grew 129% in the last 10 years, much of that from retirees moving here. This is a very dry area with a warmer winter climate than much of Utah... more >>
What it's Like to Retire in Ames
Ames, Iowa, is located in the central part of the state, about 30 miles north of the state capital of Des Moines. The city was founded in 1864, as a stop on the Cedar Rapids and Missouri Railroad, and was named after U.S. Congressman Oakes Ames of Massachusetts, who was influential in building the transcontinental railroad... more >>
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