Trust me, when it comes to retirement communities, there’s no such thing as a shortage. Believe it or not, it’s highly possible to get a decent place for less than $100,000. If you want something shiny and new, you might have to pay a bit more (although this is also questionable, as you might manage to sneak in under $100,000 or less with something smaller).
Even so, we’ve decided to focus on the oldies and goldies out there: age-restricted, 55-plus developments built in the ’70s and still going super strong. All these places have a wide variety of less expensive units you should definitely check!