Nationally recognized as a leader in over 55 housing, Traditions of America is based in Radnor, Pennsylvania. It is focused on developing award-winning retirement communities and building the finest low-maintenance homes for people age 55 and better. The firm has built retirement living communities in Pennsylvania (PA), New Jersey (NJ) and Delaware (DE) for 20 years. Innovative programs and a team passionate about customer satisfaction have led to rapid and sustained growth, often bucking economic trends.
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Recent Media Coverage and Updates
September New Home Purchases at Traditions of America at Liberty Hill Trigger Donations to Habitat of Humanity
State College, PA – September 16, 2014 – For one month, homebuyers who purchase at State College’s leading over 50 lifestyle community will not only be taking a step towards living better – they’ll be helping others live better as well.
Lancaster County Active Adults Invited to Model Court Grand Opening at New Over 55 Community in Lititz Saturday, September 20th
Lancaster County active adults are invited to the Model Court Grand Opening event at Traditions of America at Lititz, a new 55 and better community in Lititz, PA.
Learn the Latest in Retirement Home Designs and Tour Decorated Model Homes at “Live Better Now” Lifestyle Event Sunday, September 28th
The national award-winning “Live Better Now” lifestyle event features carnival-style cuisine and games, live music from local artists and more! Learn new home design trends as you tour the award-winning model homes - voted “best overall retirement community” in the State College, PA area.
Traditions of America, Pennsylvania’s leading developer of 55 and over communities, will hold three upcoming informational sessions for Traditions of America at Saucon Valley, the newest premier lifestyle community in Center Valley.
Many home purchasers are seniors. Some become homeowners for the first time, but most have been and want to remain homeowners. They just don’t want to remain in their current house. They may want a house that has no stairs, or one that is closer to family or friends, or in a warmer climate. In many cases, they want to downsize, both the physical house and the financial burdens that come with it.
Recent changes to the home equity conversion mortgage (HECM) program have made the reverse mortgage landscape murkier for homebuyers. But Pennsylvania-based Traditions of America hopes to clarify some of the questions and misconceptions in a new series of free seminars.
Traditions of America Hosts Education Sessions for 55+ Prospective Homebuyers on Innovative Financing Option – Reverse Mortgage
Traditions of America, Pennsylvania’s leading developer of 55 and over communities, has a long-standing history of offering a range of innovative programs to help buyers reduce stress and manage their move. Throughout the month of July and August the organization will be hosting a series of free seminars on a financing solution known as Home Equity Conversion Mortgage (HECM), led by HECM Specialist Julie Didyoung.