Finding a Community for Retirement

If you are looking to retire, there are a number of key details that would narrow your search…



Location being one of the biggest — A lot of consumers on our site look to move to warmer climates.

We have quite a number of retirement communities in Florida, California, Arizona, Texas, Nevada and South Carolina advertising on our site, for instance.

To begin looking for your ideal retirement spot, you might want to start with some state-wide searches on MHVillage and then start to get a feel for the cities that interest you and allow you to narrow your search.

If you go to our home page, get started on your state-wide search via our “Search By State” map.



Then we will list to the right all of the home and communities in that state. You also can simply click the area on the map if you know you want to be in a certain part of the State.



Often times our customers looking to retire will choose the community tab from the top since they are looking for a community that is 55+. The “Showcase” communities on MHVillage have more information included — more photos, more extensive community information and contacts detail.

Each community will list pet restrictions, amenities and activities, and as an option they will provide ways to contact them with more questions. They also will list the homes on MHVillage that are available in their community.

Plus, you can stay posted on homes or communities you like by clicking the “Like” option on the listing. If they update information, photos or lower a home price, you will get an email notification. You also can view your “Liked” listings from your free account on MHVillage.

If you have any questions about shopping for your retirement on MHVillage, let us know!         We would be happy to walk you through the process.

2 thoughts on “Finding a Community for Retirement

  1. Daniel Buckman

    I am interested in Oregon and northern California, 55 and older, but I can’t get your list of locations to open.

    1. Patrick Revere

      Hello Daniel, you can go to our main page at and put the state, city or zip code into the top search field. A map will pop up of primary markets, and you can click on those links if you like that area, or scan down a list in the field immediately to the right of the map. We wish you good fortune in your home search!


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