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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Valencia Lakes in Tampa offers an incredible Florida resort lifestyle and great new home value. Valencia Lakes' waterfront recreatio...

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Quaint Cottage Living, in your hometown. Slow down & relax by the pool or escape to the nearby trails. Get a little local shopping do...

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Traditions of America at Cranberry, located in Pittsburgh’s North Hills, is the first resort-style 55+ community in Cranberry Township! E...

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Valencia Bonita by GL Homes introduces a new standard of 55 + living in Bonita Springs, on Florida's beautiful Gulf Coast. Homeowners can...

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What it's Like to Retire in Sarasota

Sarasota, Florida is a town of 52,000 (the Metro is much bigger) on Florida's Central West coast on the Gulf of Mexico and Sarasota Bay. Development began in the 1920’s; the town has dozens of historically significant buildings and institutions. This popular retirement community is considered by many to be the cultural capital of Florida. Sarasota has one of Florida's best downtowns with many interesting neighborhoods... more >>

State: Florida


What it's Like to Retire in Dahlonega

Dahlonega is a small but growing town of about 4,000 in northern Georgia. it is northeast of Atlanta and near Gainesville and Lake Lanier.  The town was the site of the first major gold rush in the U.S.; the 1st picture above is of the Dahlonega Gold Museum and the former County Courthouse. Dahlonega is popular as a tourist town and for residents who want to be near Lake Lanier. There is a  town square filled with shops and galleries and a few really nice festivals each year... more >>

State: Georgia


What it's Like to Retire in London

London, the capital city of England, stands on the River Thames and is the most populous city in England and the United Kingdom. It is also one of the most visited (and expensive) cities in the world, and is considered to be a world cultural capital, financial center, and home to over 40 schools of higher education. The Greater London Authority estimated the population to be over 8 million in 2015, with a diverse range of peoples and cultures, and over 300 languages spoken... more >>



What it's Like to Retire in Frisco

Frisco, located in Collin and Denton counties in Texas, is a bedroom community for those who work in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex. It was considered the fastest-growing city in the country from 2000 to 2009, and had a population of about 161,000 in 2017. Due to the growth, the city built Frisco Square, a mixed-use development that has become the new downtown with residential rental units, restaurants, and commercial space. There is also a new city hall, library, hospital and theater... more >>

State: Texas


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