Chicago, IL (PRWEB) June 21, 2014
Wilcox Communities, a leader in lifestyle-focused home developments in the Southeast and Midwest, has announced its plans to build additional communities throughout the southeast aimed at attracting Baby Boomers looking to "rightsize" their homes. The announcement comes on the heels of a recent study that found that as many as 80 percent of Boomers are on the prowl for smaller, more comfortable homes to suit the lifestyle shifts occurring during the second halves of their lives.
Wilcox VP of Sales and Marketing, Leigh Nevers, said the company's emphasis on creating easier lifestyles makes its communities the ideal choice for Boomers, whether they're still working or enjoying their retirement years.
"At Wilcox, we focus on creating beautiful homes in warm, attractive communities, providing community centers, maintenance-free exterior services -- even online social networking communities to help develop strong bonds in the neighborhoods we build," she added. "We understand that Baby Boomers have different expectations and different needs compared to other generations, and we're ready to help them enjoy their lives and explore new and exciting options in their lives."
Nevers says Wilcox Communities already offer many benefits to Boomers, and future communities will continue this commitment by focusing on three key advantages that appeal to Boomers looking to rightsize:
"We're constantly looking for new, innovative ways to help our homeowners create that sense of community they crave so they can relax and enjoy their lives, whether they're working or retired," Nevers said. "Our new communities will continue to feature the amenities that have made us a leading choice among homeowners in the Midwest and Southeast, and our new communities will continue to build on that tradition by looking for new and innovative ways to help people live more comfortable lifestyles."
About Wilcox Communities
Wilcox Communities is one of the fastest growing builders in the U.S., with nearly 30 active communities in seven states and many more communities in the works. To learn more about Wilcox Communities, visit their website or visit them at their blog, their Facebook page or Twitter feed.