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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Cresswind at Myrtle Beach
Cresswind at Myrtle Beach

Cresswind is a new community in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, where buyers can choose from nine home plans...

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Tranquility at Centerra
Tranquility at Centerra

The Tranquility homes at The Lakes at Centerra represent the very best of main level, low-maintenance living. Three unique...

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Pine Canyon
Pine Canyon

Pine Canyon is a stunning, 600+ acre private golf community nestled in Flagstaff, Arizona’s charming high country amidst the breathtaking Coconino National Forest. Here...

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Hot Springs Village, Arkansas
Hot Springs Village, Arkansas

Hot Springs Village’s natural beauty: Breathtaking vistas, blossoming forest and gleaming lakes, combined with its mild climate...

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Pot-Nets
Pot-Nets

A new home at any of the 6 Pot-Nets neighborhoods is affordable.  Choose from Bayside, Seaside, Dockside, Coveside, Creekide...

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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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What it's Like to Retire in Old Saybrook

Old Saybrook, Connecticut is a potential retirement community that combines New England history, a vital downtown, pristine beaches, and a friendly, small town feel. Located where the Connecticut River empties into the Long Island Sound, this charming old town of just over 10,000 (founded in 1635 ) was one of the original 3 colonies in Connecticut. Strategically important, it has the ruins of a fort built during the French and Indian War... more >>

State: Connecticut

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What it's Like to Retire in Weslaco

Weslaco is a rapidly growing town in extreme southern Texas west of Brownsville in the Rio Grande Valley.  The 2012 population was about 36,000, about 80% of which is Hispanic. The area is popular with retirees because of the warm winters and proximity to the Gulf of Mexico.  Picture of Old Railroad Station and picture of Weslaco State Flags courtesy of Wikipedia and Isaac Monter... more >>

State: Texas

 
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What it's Like to Retire in Buffalo

5,000 people live in this comfortable, quaint community high in the mountains, oftentimes described as the Mayberry of the west. Buffalo is a classic, genuine Western town, 135 miles away from Yellowstone National Park. People are friendly, and welcoming. The atmosphere is conservative and its residents enjoy the outdoor life: fishing, snowboarding, and camping in the Big Horn mountains are all popular activities... more >>

State: Wyoming

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What it's Like to Retire in Florence

Florence is located in the coastal plain of South Carolina, with a population of approximately 37,000 (2010 census).  Florence is a historical town in that it was an important railroad center for the Confederacy.  After the war, Florence became a railway hub, and the the transportation industry is still important to it today, along with the healthcare industry, business and finance.  Downtown Florence has been undergoing major redevelopment over the past several years... more >>

State: South Carolina

 
 
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