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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Fairview at Oxford Greens by Del Webb
Fairview at Oxford Greens by Del Webb

Welcome to the Village at Oxford Greens by Del Webb, Connecticut's most exciting destination for active adults 55+. Phase 4 of the Village, Fairview at Oxford Greens, is ready with new models...

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Cresswind Myrtle Beach
Cresswind Myrtle Beach

Welcome to Cresswind Myrtle Beach, the only fully amenitized active adult community in sought-after Market Common.  Less than one mile from Myrtle Beach's best retail and dining...

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Marina Bay
Marina Bay

GL Homes is proud to introduce Marina Bay, a new luxury community offering an amazing selection of villas and single-family homes in a spectacular location...

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Albemarle Plantation
Albemarle Plantation

Along the shores of Albemarle Sound, far removed from the frenetic pace of contemporary life, lies Albemarle Plantation...

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Indian River Colony Club
Indian River Colony Club

UNIQUE MILITARY RETIREMENT COMMUNITY, "THE PLACE PATRIOTS CALL HOME" WHO WE ARE Primarily a military retirement community, Indian River Colony Club (IRCC) is a 55+...

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Cresswind Charlotte
Cresswind Charlotte

Welcome to Cresswind Charlotte!  This nature-rich refuge of inviting streetscapes, manicured landscaping and miles of walking trails combines resort-style amenities with easy access to the shopping, dining and entertainment of uptown Charlotte...

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What it's Like to Retire in Columbus

Columbus only has a growing population of 44,000 people, but it has the distinction of being one of America's top cities for architecture. It has six buildings designated as National Historic Landmarks, and 60 other distinguished buildings keep its reputation as a showcase of modern architecture. The reason for this architectural oasis in the center of Indiana is owed to one man - J.Erwin Miller, former CEO of the Cummins Engine Company. Mr... more >>

State: Indiana

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What it's Like to Retire in Sunset Beach

Sunset Beach is a small and affluent beach town of just over 2,200 people on the southern end of North Carolina. It is just north of Myrtle Beach and south of Wilmington.   The average age here (60) is relatively high, reflecting its popularity as a retirement spot. Other nearby towns on this site worth checking out include Ocean Isle Beach and Southport. In late 2010 a high-arc bridge replaced a pontoon bridge, improving access to this community... more >>

State: North Carolina

 
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What it's Like to Retire in Orange Beach

A relatively isolated, small beach community, Orange Beach is located on a barrier island along the Gulf Coast close to the west Florida border. Bustling in the summer and much quieter in the winter, The year round population is just over 6,000 and growing. Orange Beach is a booming tourist town. Fishing and golf-centric, Orange Beach also has beautiful bright-white beaches... more >>

State: Alabama

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What it's Like to Retire in Lynchburg

Sometimes referred to as "Hill City" because of its rolling landscape, Lynchburg (population 73,000) is located in central Virgina and often lands on the "Best Places to Live" lists. Thomas Jefferson built his personal retreat here, Poplar Forest. Nowadays it is a subdued but lovely town with working class values. Five lively college campuses make Lynchburg a vibrant college town... more >>

State: Virginia

 
 
 
 

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