If you’d like to live in a quality 55 and older community in Herriman, this is the time to come and visit.
Our last foundation has recently been installed in Midas Creek Villas. There are plenty of homes still available for the next several months, but by the time 2020 wraps up, we’ll likely be all sold out.
So, if you’ve been considering a move to this community, or if you’ve been wondering about active adult communities in general and would like to live in the Herriman, Utah area, then you should hurry up and visit, because Midas Creek Villas is in the final stretch of construction.
Still Available… For Now
Time to get off the fence
If you’ve been sitting on the fence, waiting and wondering if now was the time for you to buy a home within Midas Creek Villas, then the answer is yes, now is the time. We had a little bit of a slow-down from December through February, but oddly enough, since Covid19 started, sales have steadily been going stronger.
This was not what we’d expected, though you won’t find us complaining. In any case, as sales have been picking up over the last few months, this is the time for you to decide if you’re ready to move or not. If you wait till the end of the year, you might be out of luck—at least, out of luck for this community.
How many are left?
As of this article, there are about 15 homes left available in Midas Creek Villas. A couple of these are completed, and awaiting someone who is ready to move right away. There are also a few others that are far enough out, that if you buy soon, you’ll still be able to choose some of the upgraded features that will more properly fit your tastes.
Either way, availability will not last long.
We do have plans for more communities in the Salt Lake Valley over the next couple years, however, we still haven’t broken ground on any of those yet.
Senior Communities post-Covid19
I’m sure many people are wondering what’s going to be happening to our culture, now that half of the population is paranoid about infectious diseases. I’m kind of curious too. I think, at least in the cities, there’ll be some lasting changes. But also, I’m seeing a lot of people living life as usual too.
Have you been to a community splash pad or public pond lately? You’d think that nobody was concerned at all about contagions. Many of these same people are in a higher risk age group as well. So what’s really going to happen?
I don’t know. All I do know, is that people want to be actively involved with friends and family, even if there is some risk to health. I think that the best we can do, is try to be smarter and more conscientious of our own symptoms. If we feel sick, we should stay home. I know this doesn’t sound very novel, but for as long as I can remember, people have been fudging the likelihood of their contagiousness, for the sake of a little more fun, productivity, or not missing out on plans.
I think we can all enjoy family friends and community, if we’ll allow this Covid19 to simply change how we view sick days, and how we put others at risk. We can still have fun active communities, like the ones we build here at Leisure Villas. We can still go out with family and friends. Most of us are responsible, and smart enough to know when we’re really sick. As long as we can learn to respect other people’s health, I think we can move on to better and brighter days ahead.