Tampa new homes

Retirement is a time to enjoy your free time and many dream of warm weather and sandy beaches. In Tampa, retirees can enjoy that and so much more! From museums to golf courses to major sports teams, retired active adults will enjoy exploring the culture of this Florida city. Plus, affording this ideal Florida lifestyle is affordable. Retirees moving south will be excited to know that Tampa new homes from Highland Homes are affordably priced from the low-$100,000s.

With affordable housing available and a variety of things to do, it is no wonder that Tampa is one of the top places to retire. Recently, NerdWallet calculated the top 10 urban retirement cities based on six main questions:

  1. Can you afford to live there?
  2. Can you afford help (assisted living) if and when you need it?
  3. Is healthcare affordable?
  4. Can you have an active social life?
  5. Is the weather warm?
  6. Is the city walkable?

Based on these questions, NerdWallet determined that Tampa is the 4th best urban city for retirees. Positives of the study show that the average cost of a doctor’s visit is affordable at $85, the senior population is large at 11 percent and the average annual temperature is a balmy 73.1 degrees. An additional bonus is that there are no individual income taxes in Florida.

Ready to pack your bags and move to Tampa? Highland Homes has the perfect new home for you. With 40+ home plans to choose from, many of which are single-story plans, you are sure to find the home that fits your new lifestyle and provides plenty of space for visiting family members. To make purchasing your dream retirement home even more affordable, qualified buyers can move into their new home for just $99 down.

Retirement is a time for you to enjoy life and spending time with friends and family. As a Florida home builder, we are thrilled to help your dream retirement become a reality. In addition to Tampa, we build spacious new homes in Orlando, Lakeland and Water Haven. For more information, visit the Highland Homes website today.