Worst States for Retirement.  No articles in our history generated as much controversy as our series on the Worst States for Retirement. Read our list - and how they were selected.

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Heritage Collection at the Rim
Heritage Collection at the Rim

Introducing The Heritage Collection at the Rim—an exclusive, gated enclave in the cool, pine country of Payson. This is the perfect place to begin family traditions and create memories that last a lifetime...

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Valencia Bay
Valencia Bay

Valencia Bay is the newest Valencia neighborhood and offers exciting new home designs in an ideal Boynton Beach, Florida, location.  When it comes to luxury living...

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Cresswind at the Ponds
Cresswind at the Ponds

  Cresswind at The Ponds brings the award-winning Cresswind active adult lifestyle to the Charleston area...

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Millville By The Sea
Millville By The Sea

The shores along Bethany Beach, DE, offer some of the most beautiful stretches of beach on the Atlantic coast, from Lewes, DE, Rehoboth Beach and south to Fenwick Island, DE, attracting families...

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Wellspring at Tamarron
Wellspring at Tamarron

Wellspring at Tamarron is a beautiful, new D.R. Horton active adult enclave located in the master-planned community of Tamarron, in Katy, Texas. Wellspring, for those 55+...

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Grandview Peaks
Grandview Peaks

Nestled in the South Mountains, Grandview Peaks is a beautiful community that consists of 2,200 acres spread out over miles of ridge top that offers dynamic mountain views. Located in Nebo...

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What it's Like to Retire in Princeton

The college town of Princeton, New Jersey is the perfect retirement community for many baby boomers. The town (population 13,000) is picture-perfect with the ivied campus of Princeton University (established in 1756) as the centerpiece to an exquisite downtown. The graceful streets feature first class shopping and restaurants. The cultural opportunities in Princeton are superb because of the university and its proximity to NY and Philadelphia... more >>

State: New Jersey

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What it's Like to Retire in Albuquerque

Albuquerque is the largest city in New Mexico with 522,000 residents - many of them retirees. It was the 6th fastest growing city within the U.S in 2007. The city is set in a unique place near the mountains.  Albuquerque is a vibrant college town, home to the University of New Mexico. Old Town provides an interesting shopping and tourist destination. Albuquerque is trying hard to make the downtown an interesting destination... more >>

State: New Mexico

 
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What it's Like to Retire in Bisbee

Bisbee is an historic mining town of 6,000 people in south central Arizona, almost at the Mexican border. If you are looking for an interesting, off-beat place to retire, Bisbee might be the place.  An associate of ours recently visited Bisbee and reported back that he thought the town was a "sleeper", an up and comer that could be the next hot retirement destination. Time will tell. The town is at 5,500 ft... more >>

State: Arizona

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What it's Like to Retire in Round Rock

Round Rock is an affluent city of 108,000 people north of Austin and below Georgetown. It is proud to be the home of Dell Computers and a vibrant tech center. The Texas State University Round Rock Campus is a thriving contributor to the city environment.  Money Magazine named it one of the top 10 best small cities in which to live in 2008.  The average age in the town is younger than the national average whereas the median household income is higher at $68,000... more >>

State: Texas

 
 
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