Developed Communities are Great for Everyone
So, after thinking and saving, you’re ready to purchase a home. Congratulations! You’ve begun a new chapter of life, planting roots away from the home you shared with your parents to a place far from where you’re from (or closeby; either way, you’re doing something great for yourself and your future). This exciting new step comes with considerations, but once you’ve figured out the area to focus on, and your budget, you’ve got a few things to consider for your final step: stand-alone neighborhood, or development? Doesn’t seem like the biggest deal, but it can make a difference in your daily life. There are pros and cons to both options, but when you think of the answers to that simple question, more questions emerge: what do I like to do in my spare time? How much traffic am I willing to fight through to get where I want to go? There is no perfect answer to any of your concerns, but consider the purpose of planned communities, and the great things that they have to offer everyone.
For Single Women
Planned communities have plenty of features made to attract women who aren’t married, or mothers. Planned communities have great options for strategically-located gyms and and specialty fitness classes, so you don’t have to worry about over-extending yourself with an extra-long commute just to get to places that you would have closer to you if you lived elsewhere. Planned communities will also sometimes host social events, giving you plenty of opportunities to make friends, and get a sense of the personality of the community.
For Single Men
If you’ve already decided to buy a home before starting a family, a planned community is an excellent place to start your life. You’ll be in close proximity to bars, pubs, and sports bars where you can catch a game for guys’ night out, close to trails for your morning run, and all of the advantages of a new home. New homes usually have lower energy bills, and are customizable to your needs. Once you’ve got your home, you can establish yourself on your local scene by connecting with others, and maybe leading a couple of little league teams!
For families, there is little else more desirable than a new home to call their own. A new home is a new start and a fun new reason for family time. Planned communities are a chance to get out and explore new parks, and easy hikes for young children. If you need something nearby to do for date night while the neighbor takes care of your kids, look no further than the local businesses that are there for your needs! Some places offer wine and painting classes, some places offer dinner and a movie in one, some places offer delicious fried food and video games – whatever you need to keep a smile on your face, look no further than a planned community. One of the best things about your location in a planned community is that you will have all of these great activities near your home, and your home itself, being new, will have a comprehensive warranty – ask your builder for the specifics, but you can look forward to good promises on quality materials that will keep your family safe, comfortable, and happy.