There’s no question that Florida is a popular retirement destination. And there are plenty of reasons that Naples is high on the list of great places to live. But there's more than meets the eye when it comes to Florida. And retirement in Florida is about so much more than reclining on the beach! Let’s take a quick look at 5 factors to consider before retiring in Florida.
According to Investodeia.com, Florida remains the most popular state in the country to retire to. It's also clear that (for many reasons) Naples is a great place to live if you’re headed to Florida. But even if you decide to make the Naples area your retirement residence, you’re not going to spend all of your time at home. You may not be working anymore, but you’ll still have plenty of things you want to do. With that in mind, let’s take a quick look at 7 things to live near when you retire in Naples.
Most of the time when we talk about remodeling trends we tend to focus on interior design or style trends we observe in the industry. There is, however, another housing trend that has been growing for a number of years—and it has very little to do with how your home looks. Increasing numbers of mature Americans prefer to remain in their own homes as they age—rather than moving to some kind of retirement community. Florida (including the Naples area) certainly has its share of retirees who’ve chosen to live here. And while there are lots of great reasons to stay in the Naples area, there are 7 “must-have” features for retirees who want to continue living safely and comfortably in their own homes.
Because of it’s welcoming weather and many other amenities, the Naples area is an extremely popular place for people to retire. A lot of residents have arrived in the area early in their retirement years and enjoy the activities the region has to offer immensely. But what will happen in a few years?