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Five Misconceptions About Active Adult Communities

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If you are 55 years of age or above, perhaps you are contemplating what an Active Adult Community might offer you. Just to make sure you don’t walk away with any preconceived notions about this type of retirement option, let’s go over five misconceptions some people might have regarding Active Adult Communities. – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Title: Five Misconceptions About Active Adult Communities


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Five Misconceptions About Active Adult Communities
  • Nathan Carlisle

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Misconception 1
  • Ive heard Active Adult Communities Are
    Unexciting
  • Not True! Here's what you can expect
  • Private Golf Course
  • Fitness Centers
  • Relaxing Spas
  • A Clubhouse

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Misconception 2
  • Ive heard Active Adult Communities are Like
    Retirement Homes
  • Not True!
  • They are actual neighborhoods
  • Homes are situated around lakes, forest areas,
    golf courses, and more

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Misconception 3
  • Ive heard Active Adult Communities are for
    Old People
  • The word old is relative!
  • Residents don't need to be in their mid sixties
  • As long as one resident is at least 55, spouses
    can be as young as 40

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Misconception 4
  • Ive heard Active Adult Communities Dont
    Allow Pets
  • Not True!
  • Many AAC's allow dogs, cats, and other types of
    animals
  • Only certain breads may be excluded
  • Some communities have onsite dog-parks!

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Misconception 5
  • Ive heard Active Adult Communities Will
    Accept only People Who are Retired
  • Not True!
  • It's not unusual to see 50 of residents working
    full or part-time jobs
  • Many residents are planning on retiring, and
    moving into an AAC gives them a head start
  • For More Information Click Here

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  • Thank you

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