Florida Retirement Communities
Countless Americans over the age of 55 are considering an active retirement in one of many Florida retirement communities. These communities offer plenty of benefits for active retirees, giving them the opportunity to enjoy their retirement to the fullest. Retirees in these communities don't have to put up with the hassle of apartment or condo upkeep.
In Florida there are 172 Retirement Communities. We can help you find the best matches for your needs.
Florida Retirement Communities by RegionBack to top
Other Areas in FloridaFort Myers, Fort Walton Beach, Gainesville, Lakeland, Naples, Sarasota, Ocala, Melbourne, Palm Coast, Pensacola, Port Saint Lucie, Vero Beach, Tallahassee, The Villages
Map of Florida Retirement CommunitiesBack to top
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Overview of Florida Retirement CommunitiesBack to top
Warm, sunny Florida offers a world of possibilities when it comes to retirement. Florida retirement communities can be found in most cities throughout the state, from popular destinations such as Orlando, Tampa and Miami to quieter cities and towns such as Venice, Winter Park and Sarasota. Since the state does not require residents to pay any income tax, it is considered one of the best places to retire based on cost of living and tax savings. In fact, Florida's overall state and local tax burden is among the lowest of any state.
Florida Retirement Communities DefinedBack to top
Florida retirement communities offer a chance for active retirees to achieve the most enjoyment out of their golden years. In contrast to assisted living arrangements, active retirement communities offer a greater measure of independence, allowing mature adults to enjoy their retirement as they please. A number of these communities offer resort-style accommodations while others offer single-level housing or private cottages. Retirees are not responsible for maintenance and upkeep of the property; those tasks are left to the on-site staff. Staff is also available to handle nearly any emergency situation that comes up. However, active retirees are expected to handle their own medical needs, as long-term medical care is not offered within the community.