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Fearrington Village

Located near one of America's top college towns - Chapel Hill, NC - Fearrington Village is a planned community of nearly 2000 people, crafted by builder/developer Fitch Creations since 1976. Fearrington attracts a diverse mix of active retirees, professionals and young families...

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Soleil Laurel Canyon

Welcome to North Georgia's unique active-adult retreat - inspiring resort-style amenities coupled with beautiful homes. Our private and gated, low-maintenance community is the ideal choice for you...

Palm Coast

The City of Palm Coast is an enormous planned community of 72,000 located on Florida’s northeast coast, equidistant from the large cities of Jacksonville and Orlando. Located on the coast like it is there are many great beaches for its residents to enjoy, along with many other activities. Many.......more>>

Orangeburg

Located in central South Carolina, this small town has several colleges, including top-rated Claflin University and South Carolina State University. Orangeburg, population 13,000,  was chosen an All-American city in 2005. It is known as the Garden City and has a lovely downtown. Orangeburg has.......more>>

Harrisburg

With many colleges in the are, Harrisburg is the capital and almost geographical center of the state of Pennsylvania. Once depressed and down, Harrisburg had a resurgence thanks to the money being spent by the state in development. Unfortunately in 2010 the effect of that spending caused severe.......more>>

Colorado Springs

Colorado Springs looks up at Pikes Peak, which towers over the city at 14,115 feet. Colorado Springs (population 380,000) is an extremely popular community due to spectacular scenery, abundant sunshine, and conservative values. Originally built as a resort city, the town owes part of its growth and .......more>>

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