Active Retirement Community
The Best Place to Retire

Active Adult Retirement Communities are focused primarily on providing activities and services to community members

The first-ever Active Retirement Community was built in Sun City, Arizona in 1960 by Delbert E. Webb American construction magnate, real estate developer and sports-team owner. It has become the top rated active community among retirees; active adults have found a place to belong.

Today, Active Retirement Communities vary widely in terms of amenities, services, and lifestyle. Most retired people also want to be in a locality that offers lots of choices.

Perhaps you are a golfer; or a performing arts enthusiast; prefer warmer weather or enjoy the four seasons; affordable housing, safety, low or no property tax; sprawling city or small suburban college town; the choices are endless.

The appeal of these independent Communities for active adults focuses largely on health, wellness and personal enrichment. It is the perfect destination with various recreational activities for every resident.

In addition to restrictions on ownership, such communities frequently have age requirements for residency as well. These communities are set up to accommodate older individuals who would like to live in an area without the perceived problems of having children around.

The Del Webb Communities

The Del Webb communities offer residents an Active Retirement Lifestyle, great living and great golf, giving the Baby Boomers and retirees, the opportunity to experience life as they see fit.

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