When looking for the best place to retire there a many things to take into consideration. Florida has been a very popular destination for retirees for decades, and with good reason. A good retirement location needs to consider different things such as the economy and opportunities to stay active and social. We’ve done the research for you and think Naples, Florida is a cut above the rest.
When you’re settling down to retire, you want to ensure the community you’ve chosen is going to remain stable. You don’t want to be left searching for a new home in later years. Naples, in Collier County, is a beautiful, coastal town named after its Italian counterpart for the similarities they share in climate. The Naples’ economy is largely dependant on tourism. With its idyllic beaches, close proximity to the Everglades, host of activities and balmy Florida weather, this isn’t likely to change anytime soon.
As we age it’s important to know that we have quality, accessible healthcare when we need it. In a population of only 20,600 residents Naples, part of the non-profit NHC Healthcare System, boasts over 681 beds within two hospitals in addition to six clinics. The Healthcare Network Southwest Florida serves Collier County residents through 20 practices including general health, behavioral health and dental.
Lots to Do
With Naples, there are so many wonderful things to do you might have to force yourself to schedule a night in! Naples is home to six major wildlife and nature preserves, upscale shopping districts, and cool waterfront curio shops. Naples isn’t short on culture. The city has several play companies, museums and an opera house. We could write an entire article just about things to do in Naples. The shorter article would be about what isn’t available. You could train for one of the best half-marathons in the United States (according to Runner’s Magazine), or gather to watch a swamp buggy race. Did we mention the white sands, warm water and seafood?
Florida is afterall the sunshine state. With a daily mean temperature of 75°F, and over 150 hours of sunshine every month, it’s obvious the weather is reason enough to relocate. This warm weather not only means less aches and pains, but safer living. In our later years it can be harder to maintain things like shoveling and salting a driveway. Slipping on ice or the increased risk of getting sick in cold temperatures isn’t an issue here. The weather in Naples is pleasant all year round.
Buying a Home
If you decide to make Naples your home allow us to give you a friendly reminder about safeguarding your hard-earned money. When securing a home there can be several types of hidden issues on a title that could render it null risking the security of you and your would-be home. At Heights Title Services, LLC we’re here to help you understand title insurance and how it can protect you against liens and title defects. Our office is conveniently located in Naples, so we’ll be right here to welcome you to the neighborhood.