In the United States, there is no shortage of upscale retirement communities. However, it is still feasible to purchase a respectable home for $100,000 or less, believe it or not.

Seven Lakes Golf and Tennis Fort Myers, Florida There are several houses in the $90,000 price bracket.

Rossmoor Village Monroe, New Jersey For  just $73,500, you may own a one-bedroom, one-bathroom house here.

Century Village Florida Locations for this 55+ community can be found in Palm Beach. Starting at $82,500, a one-bedroom, two-bath condo is available.

Wildwood Community Sandwich, Illinois A house with three bedrooms costs $65,000, whereas a house with only two bedrooms costs $91,995.

Sun City Sun City, Arizona The honour of being the first 55+ community in the nation belongs to the Sun City community in Arizona.

Pueblo Grande Pueblo, Colorado There are numerous possibilities below $89,900 and slightly over $100,000 for homes, with prices starting at $89,900.

Westbrook Senior Village Toledo, Ohio Move-in ready homes with three bedrooms and two bathrooms are currently on the market for $63,995 and $48,995, respectively.

Mas Verde Mobile Home Estates Lakeland, Florida The cost of the mobile houses is reasonable, with many falling between $70,000 and $80,000.

Holiday Hills Village Federal Heights, Colorado Although most are in the $90,000 range, mobile homes start in the $60,000 price range.

Glen Ellen Clearwater, Florida A clubhouse, a public pool, and shuffleboard courts are available on-site. Starter homes cost $99,900.