Mesa Arizona 55+ Communities
MESA ARIZONA HOMES FOR SALE IN 55+ COMMUNITIES
Mesa Arizona is home to about 450,000 residents and is one of the major cities in Maricopa County. This suburb located about 20 miles east of Phoenix is my primary location of service and is the central city of the East Valley area of the Phoenix metro area.
Mesa is the third largest city in Arizona and the 36th largest city in the US. It’s home to Polytechnic campus of Arizona State University as well as several other higher education facilities, the Banner health system, and a Boeing plant. The Mesa Arizona Temple is one of the largest LDS temples in the country where an Easter pageant is held every spring. From our amphitheaters and art centers to high-quality educational facilities, libraries and parks, Mesa makes an excellent location for retirees, families, and college-age professionals. Mesa has over 2300 acres of parks in the city limits such as Red Mountain Park spanning over 1100 acres including a lake, playgrounds, sports fields, and picnic locations.
Of course, Mesa is home to numerous championship golf courses including the Mesa Country Club, the original golf course in town founded in the late 1940s by the original leaders of the city.
There are numerous malls, business parks, recreational facilities, special Olympic delegations, and has been home to notable residents such as the Arizona Sen. Carl Hayden, professional football players, authors, musicians and TV and movie celebrities.
The city of Mesa Arizona area is a wonderful place to retire. This page is dedicated to Mesa Arizona homes for sale in 55+ communities. If you are looking for Mesa homes for sale in 55+ communities, look no further. This page will show houses, condos and manufactured homes… if it is for sale in the Phoenix area and it is in a 55+ community….it is here. While you are on my site you can find information about hospitals and businesses in the Phoenix area. You can also find Mesa area bank owned and short sale houses. If you have any questions regarding the current Mesa Arizona Real Estate Market or any questions about an individual Mesa area home, then please call, email or submit a request for information and I will get right back to you. I would love to assist you in your search for Mesa real estate. Enjoy yourself! This is the start of a wonderful adventure.
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Mesa Arizona 55+ Communities
Mesa Arizona 55+ communities are a little piece of heaven. There is a wide range of choices. Prices vary from single family homes in the $500,000’s to the $90,000’s. If you want a patio home, a town house, an apartment style flat or a manufactured/mobile home they are all available in Mesa Arizona.
The city of Mesa Arizona area is a wonderful place to retire. This page is dedicated to Mesa Arizona 55+ communities. If you are looking for a Mesa homes for sale in 55+ communities, look no further. This page will show houses, condos and manufactured homes… if it is for sale in the Phoenix area and it is in a 55+ community….it is here. While you are on my site you can find information about hospitals and businesses in the Phoenix area. You can also find Mesa area bank owned and short sale houses. If you have any questions regarding the current Mesa Arizona Real Estate Market or any questions about an individual Mesa area home, then please call, email or submit a request for information and I will get right back to you. I would love to assist you in your search for Mesa real estate. Enjoy yourself! This is the start of a wonderful adventure.
There are many Mesa Arizona 55+ communities. Each has its own character. If you want a specific community explore the links below.
- Apache Wells (55+)
- Barclay Village (gated patio homes)
- Camino Del Rey (gemini twin homes) (55+)
- Casa De Paz (patio homes) (55+)
- Dreamland Villa (55+)
- FOUNTAIN OF THE SUN (guard gated) (55+)
- Greenfield Glen (patio homes)
- HearthStone Villas (gated)
- Las Alegres (patio homes)
- LEISURE WORLD (guard gated) (45+)
- Parklinks At Alta Mesa (gated patio homes)
- Red Mountain Villas (patio homes)
- SUNLAND SPRINGS VILLAGE (45/55+)
- SUNLAND VILLAGE (55+)
- SUNLAND VILLAGE EAST (45+)
- Velda Rose (55+)
- Verde Groves (gated patio homes)
Retirement Communities in Mesa Arizona
Find the home of your dreams in Mesa Arizona. These retirement communities offer more than a home. They provide the lifestyle you have been looking for.
I would be happy to help you in your quest. Search for retirement community homes in Mesa Arizona
Please use the link above to search for homes in retirement communities in the Mesa. When you find a home you are interested in call me and arrange a showing. I am always available to answer questions and show property. Ha
Why Retirees Are Upsizing Into Larger Homes
Why Retirees Are Upsizing Into Larger Home? Why choose more house to clean? Because they can.
By age 61, the majority of people feel free to choose where they most want to live, according to a new study by Merrill Lynch, “Home in Retirement: More Freedom, New Choices.”
“Throughout most of people’s lives, where they live is determined by their responsibilities,” according to the report. “Most careers demand that people live within a reasonable commuting distance from where they and/or their spouse work. However, as people enter their 50s and 60s, they begin to cross what this study reveals to be the ‘Freedom Threshold.'” That’s the age when people say they can finally choose where they want to live, according to the survey of more than 3,600 retirees. Now they can do what they want.
As the boomers are moving toward retirement and away from core work and family obligations, many seem to be seeking both roots and wings. According to a just released, comprehensive research study from Age Wave, in partnership with Merrill Lynch, “Home in Retirement: More Freedom, New Choices,” retirees are both honoring their roots and spreading their wings, often in the name of family.
Let me be specific. On average, by age 61, the majority of people now feel the freedom to choose where and how they most want to live—more than at any other time in their lives. With this new sense of freedom, many retirees spread their wings by picking up and moving to a different home, community or part of the country. The study found that 64% of retirees are likely to move at least once during retirement. And one of the big surprises is that many are ignoring the conventional wisdom to downsize. Sure, half do. Yet our study found that half of retirees didn’t downsize in their last move. In fact, almost a third (30%) actually upsized into larger homes.
Why is bigger better for some retirees when they spread their wings by moving? The number one reason is to accommodate their roots: their family. They want to encourage their family to be an integral part of their lives. In particular, 33% of respondents told us they want a home big and comfortable enough for their children and grandchildren to visit regularly. As one focus group participant told us, “We want our house to feel like a second home for our children and grandchildren. Especially our grandchildren.”
While many choose to spread their wings by moving, other retirees want to stay close to their roots. The number one reason: They love their homes. That, however, doesn’t mean they are not spreading their wings; they’re just doing it in a slightly different way. They want to transform their house into a dream home, renovating to make it more attractive, comfortable and versatile.
Retirees say the ideal place allows spending time with others their own age yet they also seek to be around those of diverse ages. Compared to younger people, older Americans are far more likely to want diversity in age and generation among their communities and neighbors. As such, just 7 percent of retirees surveyed have opted to move into age-restricted retirement communities.
Whether deepening their roots, spreading their wings, or accomplishing both, two-thirds of today’s retirees tell us that they are now living in the best homes of their lives.