Weekly Edition ~ January 18, 2019
"The robbed that smiles, steals something from the thief." ~William Shakespeare
This Week's Community Review:
Along the southwestern Florida coast, Estero is the site of Cascades at Estero, a nicely manicured 55+ community with single story, single family homes, Mediterranean architecture, a clubhouse, swimming pools, tennis courts, a spa, walking paths and more.
Previous Weekly Reviews:
Buckeye is outside of Phoenix in southern Arizona and is the site of Sundance at Buckeye, a 55+ and 45+ community with single family homes, a large clubhouse, a golf course, pretty views and more.
On South Carolina's northern shore, charming Murrells Inlet is home to Seasons, a 55+ neighborhood within the popular all ages development of Prince Creek. Amenities include a large clubhouse, a PGA - TPC golf course, a lifestyle director and more. Single family homes, most with a view of a fairway, water or woods, are for sale.
Located in north central Florida, Ocala is home to On Top of the World, a large, established 55+ development with colorful single family homes, three golf courses, a lifelong learning program, a town square, dog parks, tennis courts, swimming pools, an RC airfield and much more.
Tucked in the Blue Ridge Mountains of western North Carolina, Etowah is the site of Riverwind, an attractive 55+ manufactured home community with tree lined streets, two clubhouses, RV parking pretty views and more. Pets are welcome.
Broomfield sits along the Rocky Mountain foothills in north central Colorado and is the location of Skyestone, a beautiful new 55+ community with single story, single family homes, a Lodge, a swimming pool, nature trails and a pretty setting.
Along the southeastern Florida coast, Boynton Beach is the setting for Aberdeen Golf and Country Club, an all ages country club with a handful of 55+ neighborhoods. Amenities include a championship golf course, a 40,000 square foot clubhouse, an aquatics center and more. Homes sit along canals and come in a wide range of styles and prices.
Outside of Phoenix in southern Arizona, Peoria is the setting for Trilogy at Vistancia, a handsome 55+ enclave within a larger, all ages development. Homes are single level, and amenities include a golf course, clubhouses, a center for higher learning and more.
About an hour outside of Atlanta in northern Georgia, Hoschton is the setting for Village at Deaton Creek, a gated 55+ community with town homes, single family homes, a huge clubhouse, planned events, trips, an activities director and more.
Conway is a nice town in central Arkansas and is the setting for Stonebrook Cove, a cozy, gated 55+ community with Craftsman style homes. Residents enjoy a small clubhouse, pond views, a peaceful ambiance and more.
In northwestern Florida, Homosassa is the site of Sugarmill Woods, a lush community surrounded by wildlife. Popular with empty nesters and baby boomers, it has attached and single family homes. Amentities include three golf courses, clubhouses, restaurants, tennis courts and more.
Taxes and Retirement
Most people think that Florida is the most tax friendly state for retirees. While it offers many advantages, including no retirement income tax and a 50% homestead exemption, several other states are just as easy on the wallet when retirement time arrives. These include Georgia, Mississsippi, Kentucky, New Hampshire, Pennsylvania, South Dakota, Wyoming, Alaska and Nevada. And on the other end of the scale, California, Utah, New Mexico, Kansas, Nebraska, Minnesota, Connecticut, Maryland, Vermont, Indiana and Wisconsin are among the least friendly states when it comes to retirement and taxes.
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