Tax filing season is just around the corner, a thought that makes most people cringe. It’s not that they don’t want to file, but convoluted rules and regulations—not to mention complicated forms and document requirements—makes filing one’s taxes a headache each year.
Between 8,000 and 10,000 Americans turn 65 each day, according to the nonprofit Justice in Aging. And with folks living longer—and healthier—than ever before, 2018 is expected to be the first year that Social Security spends more than it takes in, since the program began on August 14, 1935.
We have opened up phase two at Encore and are now selling all available homesites in the community. Our beautiful Active Adult 55+ neighborhood features luxurious ranch homes with private courtyards or covered patios, two and three-car garages, and spacious designs to deliver the lifestyle of your dreams as your Encore performance!
In the summertime, when the weather is hot
You can relax and stretch on the chaise outside
When the weather’s fine
You’ve got resting and relaxing on your mind.
Read a book, host a party
You don’t have to leave your home for a good time.
July is Cell Phone Courtesy Month, and it coincides with the new Hands-Free Law, which took effect on July 1 in Georgia, so we will take this opportunity to share some of the laws and courtesy practices associated with hand-held electronics and cellular devices:
Today's Active Adults have delivered their planned performances for decades, with school, work, family, even vacations. Now, as they right-size their homes, Encore, by Windsong Properties, delivers their perfect "next act."
Builder Partnership’s Builder of Choice winner, Windsong Properties announces the hire of Brad Clowney as a lead builder for its McConnell Green property in Powder Springs. Clowney will be stepping into the role, previously held by Brian Hester, who was promoted to Construction Manager at Windsong.
Builder Partnership’s Lee Evans Award Winner, Windsong Properties’ Greg Norwood recently graduated with a Master of Public Administration in Construction Management from the College of Architecture and Construction Management at Kennesaw State University.
This month, Carrie Roeger accepted the Lee Evans Award for Management Excellence on behalf of Windsong Properties at the Builder Partnerships Executive Summit Award Banquet in Breckenridge, Colorado. The prestigious Lee Evans Award is given annually to one builder who displays exceptionally sound management principles and reflects the high standards that builders are encouraged to reach.
Windsong Properties designs and builds homes that fit the preferences and desires of its residents who are active older adults. Co-owners Mark Carruth and Steve Romeyn founded the company based on the idea that downsizing, moving, or transitioning from a family home to your next home should be an enjoyable and exciting experience, focusing on improving the homeowner’s quality of life. As active adults themselves, the co-founders share more than three decades of building experience and a personal understanding of active adult homebuying needs and are considered industry leaders in this market segment.