You have been wondering a time or two, what to do now that you are ready to retire. The kids have all moved out and you are living in a house that is way to big for you, still have to pay for the upkeep and cut the grass or shovel snow in the winter. You have worked hard all your life and are now ready to retire to a much more stress-less life that you so richly deserve.
We offer you a lifestyle free of all those pesky chores in wonderful manufactured homes that sit along a beautiful manicured golf course in Arizona. Our communities are designed around the active 55+ adult and not only provide superior homes but also top notch amenities and a calendar full of activities.
You’ve spend 30+ years working hard and raising your kids, now you are ready for the next 30+ years of pampering yourself. Why not consider central Arizona, with its mild winters, that allow you to play golf in the middle of January, or do laps in our pools.
Roberts Resorts has affordable options in manufactured homes, starting in the $30Ks, and at those prices you can afford to retire sooner. Our homes range from 400 sq. ft. to 1680 sq. ft. so it is up to you to have a cozy nest or a home with some breathing room.
We have discounts available for you who are purchasing a home in one of our communities that amount to considerable savings. This discount is our way of saying thank you for choosing Roberts Resorts for your ultimate retirement destination.
All our resorts have your well being in mind and offer a wide variety of exercises and activities that promote healthy living. Once you joined one of our communities we want you to stay for many years to come, and most who visited once, have come back for a more permanent extended stay. Swimming, hiking, golf, tennis, pickle ball and shuffleboard are just a few of the activities that are available, along with a state of the art fitness room if you prefer to work out there.
Visit now, and buy now, because the interest rates are at an affordable level, and we all know that is not going to stay that way. As the housing market is slowly recovering, prices will rise again and why pay more for what you can get right now at so much less?