What Type Of Retirement Is Right For You?
Choosing the right retirement lifestyle can be overwhelming, but the perfect fit is out there. Explore your future in North Carolina from the mountains to the foothills, the piedmont to the beaches. Our statewide southern charm welcomes you home!
Retirement communities typically accommodate residents aged 65+, including:
Rental Retirement Communities
An excellent choice for active seniors wishing to enjoy freedom and independence, without the burden of completely caring for themselves.
Retirement Communities with Services Options
Similar to rental retirement communities, these properties offer different housing options, from homes, villas, and condominiums to apartments.
Continuing Care Retirement / Life Care
CCRC's and Life Care facilities offer a continuum of care for active seniors-- an independent lifestyle and a private home, villa or apartment from which to enjoy it regardless of future medical needs.
Assisted Living / Assisted Services
For individuals who need various levels of non-medical assistance in daily routines in an atmosphere of separate, private living units, assisted living communities maybe ideal.
Active adult communities, welcoming those 55 and above, provide a range of housing options and amenities, without government age restrictions. You can opt for single-family homes, condos, villas, or patio residences. Revel in fitness facilities, parks, golf courses, fine dining, and an array of social programs. Great News... most times these are not age restricted to age 55 and above; these single family home communities are multi-generational.
Planned Communities (55+ Age Restricted)
Planned Communities (Multi-generational )
Single Family Homes
Communities offer the convenience of exterior maintenance, single-floor living, and proximity to cultural attractions, recreational activities, diverse dining options, and excellent medical services. All of this combines to create a lifestyle that's not only comfortable but also incredibly convenient for activities such as golfing, dining out, shopping for your grandchildren, or attending medical appointments.