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Old 11-27-2018, 05:05 PM
 
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Old 11-27-2018, 05:06 PM
 
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Will do. We’re also very interested in joining the Boomer Connection you suggested to the other poster. My friend raves about all of the activities in your community. He says he is busier now than before he retired!
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Old 11-27-2018, 05:23 PM
 
Location: Las Vegas
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I have been looking at Heritage at Cadence:

https://www.lennar.com/new-homes/nev...age-at-cadence

Lennar seems like a good builder.

The homes there seem very nice and well built with lot of high tech built in. The clubhouse, indoor and outdoor pools are amazing. My concern is it seem pretty far out there (only 6 miles to Lake Las Vegas) and the elevation is only 1,600 feet. Very low compared to many other areas.

I liked Sun City Aliante area and homes, but would need to get a heck of a deal on one and renovate it. Could be too expensive in the long run. I lived in Providence for a while and liked the Northwest a lot.

Any thoughts or input would be appreciated.
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Old 11-27-2018, 05:25 PM
 
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Will do. We’re also very interested in joining the Boomer Connection you suggested to the other poster. My friend raves about all of the activities in your community. He says he is busier now than before he retired!
I agree. As I've said before we have to turn down invitations.

Something I remember about SSA was the view from the community center a couple of blocks from where we stayed for 3 weeks. Beautiful. I also remember a group (not a club) that played No Limit Holdem there. I haven't checked for a while but I don't think there is one like that here.
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Old 11-27-2018, 08:19 PM
 
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I have been looking at Heritage at Cadence:

https://www.lennar.com/new-homes/nev...age-at-cadence

Lennar seems like a good builder.

The homes there seem very nice and well built with lot of high tech built in. The clubhouse, indoor and outdoor pools are amazing. My concern is it seem pretty far out there (only 6 miles to Lake Las Vegas) and the elevation is only 1,600 feet. Very low compared to many other areas.

I liked Sun City Aliante area and homes, but would need to get a heck of a deal on one and renovate it. Could be too expensive in the long run. I lived in Providence for a while and liked the Northwest a lot.

Any thoughts or input would be appreciated.
Heritage at Cadence was built on what was previously a chemical waste dump. There are many articles about it. I suggest you Google it and decide.
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Old 11-28-2018, 11:24 AM
 
Location: Dallas, TX and Las Vegas, NV
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[QUOTE. However, SCA doesnít control the golf course and would have no say if it closed someday and sold land for building lots.
I live in Sun City Anthem on the lexington course and got a letter yesterday that the ownership in planning on closing the course. Over the years ownership has been neglecting maintenance of both courses and now this. I wish that the association owned the courses like Sun City Summerlin.[/quote]

I googled and googled and canít find anything about Lexington closing permanently. I did see something about it closing for seasonal work. We also live on the Lexington and received no letter. Lexington is more highly rated than the Concord course and would not likely be the course to close if in fact Revere was closing one of the courses permanently. They often shut one of the courses down for periods of time and alternate open/closed courses for needed work.
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Old 11-28-2018, 03:13 PM
 
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I googled and googled and canít find anything about Lexington closing permanently. I did see something about it closing for seasonal work. We also live on the Lexington and received no letter. Lexington is more highly rated than the Concord course and would not likely be the course to close if in fact Revere was closing one of the courses permanently. They often shut one of the courses down for periods of time and alternate open/closed courses for needed work.
Sorry, you are correct I live on the Concord course. I get the two confused all the time. The letter indicates that they donít have immediate plans for development, but that they will be stopping maintenance and operation within the next year. I called the pro shop yesterday and they said that ownership will provide more information the the coming months. I met with a realtor today and hope to have the house sold before it turns into an eyesore. I have also gotten tired of the constant controversies involving the GM, restaurant, condition of the facilities, etc. How many age-restricted communities have residents that publish an ďalternativeĒ newsletter to bash the association? Iíve been thinking of selling for the last couple of years and the golf course closure is the final straw.
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Old 11-28-2018, 03:36 PM
 
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Sorry, you are correct I live on the Concord course. I get the two confused all the time. The letter indicates that they donít have immediate plans for development, but that they will be stopping maintenance and operation within the next year. I called the pro shop yesterday and they said that ownership will provide more information the the coming months. I met with a realtor today and hope to have the house sold before it turns into an eyesore. I have also gotten tired of the constant controversies involving the GM, restaurant, condition of the facilities, etc. How many age-restricted communities have residents that publish an ďalternativeĒ newsletter to bash the association? Iíve been thinking of selling for the last couple of years and the golf course closure is the final straw.
I am not a lawyer but I believe you will have to disclose to the buyer that the golf course is closing.
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Old 11-28-2018, 04:16 PM
 
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I am not a lawyer but I believe you will have to disclose to the buyer that the golf course is closing.
I do, but at least it’s not an total eyesore yet.
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Old 11-29-2018, 01:42 PM
 
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Sorry, you are correct I live on the Concord course. I get the two confused all the time. The letter indicates that they donít have immediate plans for development, but that they will be stopping maintenance and operation within the next year. I called the pro shop yesterday and they said that ownership will provide more information the the coming months. I met with a realtor today and hope to have the house sold before it turns into an eyesore. I have also gotten tired of the constant controversies involving the GM, restaurant, condition of the facilities, etc. How many age-restricted communities have residents that publish an ďalternativeĒ newsletter to bash the association? Iíve been thinking of selling for the last couple of years and the golf course closure is the final straw.
Really? Some people have too much time on their hands.
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