5 Tips for Seniors Looking at Las Vegas Age-Restricted Communities

With relatively low property taxes, reasonably priced homes and an abundant supply of sunshine, Las Vegas makes many retirees’ short list of cities to consider calling home. Developers have met the demand for a place to retire by building more than 15 age-restricted communities across the Vegas Valley. Age-restricted communities, also known as age-qualified or active retirement communities, provide a variety of amenities from golf to knitting clubs and require that at least one resident be a certain age, usually 55 and older.   Read the article……………


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