Retiring in North Carolina
Offering up a little something for people with all tastes, the Belmont Lakes Preserve new homes community in Rocky Mount boasts all of the amenities and luxuries that has made our home state one of the most popular senior living destinations and a major factor in why people from across the Northeast have been opting to retire in North Carolina.
North Carolina offers both a great geographical and cultural location to retirees, with close proximity to many bodies of water, beaches, or mountains if you desire to visit. Additionally, being roughly half way between the states of New York, Pennsylvania, and Maryland and Florida, it also keeps you with in driving distance of family and friends you may have from anywhere across the East Coast.
If continuing your education is something you have always dreamed of doing, once again, “The Tar Heel State” is the perfect spot, with its countless universities and colleges having many class or degree options for adult students returning to class.
An article published by MarketWatch.com this summer also detailed how it also make sense financially to Retire in North Carolina, stating, “for anyone on a fixed budget, living costs in North Carolina can be fairly friendly. Overall, the state is 3.7% cheaper than the national average, and home prices are lower than those in many other states. State income taxes also just dropped from a relatively high range of 6% to 7.75% down to a 5.8% flat tax for 2014.”
With its friendly climate, countless senior activities, affordability, and scenic location that includes an on site championship golf course and both and indoor and outdoor swimming pool, Belmont Lakes Preserve new home neighborhood in the Eastern NC town of Rocky Mount is the perfect destination for you to settle down at and Retire in North Carolina.