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Best Places to Retire
Many people dream of moving to a new location in retirement. When you are no longer tied to your job you can finally take off for a warmer climate, pursue your hobbies, or simply move closer to your grandchildren. Selecting a place to retire requires a great deal of thought and planning. Use our Best Places to Retire search tool to find a place that has both beautiful scenery and big city amenities.
You can also search based on budget criteria including the cost-of-living and home prices. Moving to a lower cost locale than where you live now can give your nest egg a much needed boost. If you think part-time work might be a part of your retirement years, consider places where the economy is growing and the unemployment rate is low. Make sure that any place you move to has quality health care facilities in case you need them. The ideal retirement spot should also have all the recreational activities you've been longing for including golf courses, a few lakes for fishing, and plenty of outdoor trails. Our Best Places to Retire lists can help you find an idyllic locale on the water, tucked away in the mountains, or deep in wine country. We have also tracked down towns that are especially green, educated, and historical. Keep dreaming about how you would like to spend your retirement years. We will help you find a place that fits all your retirement lifestyle needs and your budget.
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