Many Seniors who are looking to relocate for their next stage in life and want to consider retirement living in the Smoky Mountains will find the area pretty attractive. There are several communities you can choose from depending on your needs and likes and dislikes. Gatlinburg, Pigeon Forge, Sevierville, Wears Valley, Townsend, Seymour and Kodak are all areas Mountain Realty Group Serves.
Nature Lover Retirees will find the Smokies to be a dream come true. Whether you enjoy the beautiful vistas from your home or experience the natural beauty in a more personal way such as hiking or fishing you will discover endless natural beauty in the Smokies. The Smokies communities all provide access to Green Space, Bike Paths, Bowling, Exercise Facilities, Fishing, Hiking and so much more!
Travelers will love the location of our communities in relation to the McGhee Tyson Airport. Most areas can access the airport in a 30 – 60 minute drive and there are many direct flights and even more connecting flights that make McGhee Tyson Airport a fabulous opportunity for travelers in our area. No need to drive to Charlotte, Atlanta or Nashville in most cases to set off on your dream travel.
Moderate Climate is a huge attraction. January lows will average 25 degrees while July’s heat will average 85 degrees each day, retirees love the moderate climate where you experience all four seasons in a reasonably mild way.
At Mountain Realty Group we want to help you find your perfect location for the retirement years you look forward to. Some folks invest early in their second home and enjoy both locations for years before becoming Smoky Mountain Residents. Some folks invest in a home and place it on a rental program to create revenue from the home as they complete their year’s work in their present location. Some begin to look for their primary residence as retirement comes near. Whatever your situation, we would welcome the opportunity to speak with you. 865-908-2909. email@example.com. https://www.mountainrealtygroup.com.
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