Boise ID has consistently ranked as a top retirement places. Come visit us and we’ll show you why Boise is on top of the U.S. relocation destinations. Our relocation services will ensure your easy transition to Boise.
We have many beautiful 55+ senior communities in Boise ID. Boise ranks as one of the top places to retire. Mild climate, affordable homes, great outdoors, amenities, best medical care make Boise the favorable place for active seniors. Boise real estate offers a wide spectrum of properties attractive to active seniors.
In you’re thinking about buying a 55+ senior condo in the beautiful Boise Idaho area, you’re in the right place. As the local Boise real estate market specialist, I compiled a list of 55+ communities. Please email email@example.com or call Krystyna Ryan at (208) 918-5007 if you have any questions or would like a FREE list of homes currently listed for sale.
If you’re thinking about selling your Boise home, please contact me and I’ll provide you with a complimentary home evaluation.
Boise senior 55+ communities offer amenities that, according to studies, are important to seniors – more than 55% of participants of one such study feel that activities and programming within a community club are more important than the size and list of amenities offered inside the building. Active adult communities’ goals include helping with “lifestyle programming” — creating experiences that result in new relationships through not only clubhouse events and small group interests but also travel programs, such as trips to national parks, tropical islands, and European river cruises. Music is also part of the agenda, with 55+ communities. Making new friends is easy when you find the right place. Boise and Treasure Valley have so much to offer!
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Many reasons to retire in Boise:
Kiplinger best places to retire - Boise is a great college town for retirees. Boise State University provides plenty of intellectual stimulation to help keep an aging mind sharp. Its Velma V. Morrison Center for the Performing Arts hosts symphony concerts, dance performances and Broadway shows. You can also take classes at the school through the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute; membership costs $70 for a year. Read more