Real Estate and Active Adult Communities


Above Average Cost-of-Living Retirement Communities

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Apartments, CCRCs, Condos, Town Homes and Manufactured Homes

Apartments (55+)

Parc at Buckhead, Atlanta, Georgia

An elegant new 55+ apartment community in Atlanta's upscale Buckhead section.  Amenities and services equal that of a 5-star hotel.

The Marque at Heritage Hunt, Gainesville, Virginia 

Upscale apartment living in a 55+ upscale complex that offers many of the same amenities as a high-end hotel, all for one inclusive monthly price.  There are a total of 200 apartments and 32 floor plans.




Park Springs, Stone Mountain, Georgia

Living actively is what Park Springs is all about - socially, physically and intellectually. Uniquely designed after a resort hotel, this Atlanta retirement community promotes personal choice within an interactive, engaging environment of fun. Our award-winning campus, set within 54 acres next to Stone Mountain, features a 50,000-square-foot clubhouse, state-of-the-art fitness center, shops, four distinct dining venues and numerous indoor and outdoor amenities to enhance each day. We have more than 30 different clubs and groups and offer a full continuum of on-site health care that's Member-centered, including an onsite wellness clinic, assisted living, skilled nursing and memory care.


Condos, Town Homes and Co-Ops (55+)

The Village of Cinderberry, Georgetown, Delaware (50+)

Last Phase of Appealing Age 50+ Town Home Community, Just 12 Miles from the Delaware Beaches, is Now Selling

Englefield Green, Boise, Idaho

Patio Homes for Sale

Bella Vida, North Salt Lake, Utah

Upscale 55+ Condo Community, Designed for Graceful Aging, Boasts Concierge Services and Breathtaking Views

Condos, Town Homes and Co-Ops (Age-Targeted)

Embarcadero at Barrio de Tubac, Tubac, Arizona

Beautiful, Upscale Town Home Development

International Communities

Puerto Viejo Skies, Mazatlan, Mexico

Once the stomping grounds of such Hollywood stars as Liz Taylor and Frank Sinatra, Mazatlan has always had a special allure, and today it is the home of the new active adult community of Puerto Viejo Skies.  Each unit has 120 degree views of the city and ocean; HOA fees are paid for the first two years, and each owner receives his own personal concierge.  

Villa Alegria, Tequisquiapan, Queretaro, Mexico

Villa Alegria is a new active adult retirement community in the peaceful Mexican town of Tequisquiapan, two hours outside of Mexico City.   This is a small development and is being marketed to Mexican, U.S. and Canadian retirees.  Home prices are well below the U.S. national average, and HOA fees are affordable.

Manufactured Homes (55+)

Summerset Landing, Stuyvesant, New York 

New Manufactured Home Community


What are Retirement Communities?

Retirement communities come in all shapes and sizes.   They can be for all ages (and marketed that way), just for people age 55+ (although 20% of residents can usually be younger), just for people age 62+ or for all ages but marketed to the 55+ demographic.  Some are master-planned, laid out with amenities from the very get-go, while others develop over time into a place that attracts a more mature set.  They can be apartments, condos, co-ops, manufactured homes, RV communities and places where real estate is for sale or for sale and for lease, either by the community itself (some have actual rental programs) or by individual owners.   Amenities may be as simple as one small clubhouse or as lavish as a marina, several golf courses and an extensive menu of activities, often led by an activities director.   Most allow small pets.   HOA fees vary, but often older communities have higher fees.

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