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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UNIQUE MILITARY RETIREMENT COMMUNITY, "THE PLACE PATRIOTS CALL HOME"WHO WE AREPrimarily a...

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CantaMia

The Name CantaMia means "my song", and at this exceptional 55+ community in Goodyear, Arizona, we are playing your song.  Nestled in...

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Valencia Bay is the newest Valencia neighborhood and offers exciting new home designs in an ideal Boynton Beach, Florida, location.  ...

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Live your dream retirement in Hot Springs Village! Located in the Ouachita Mountains of Arkansas, the Village offers a beautiful natural ...

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Just four miles from Bethany Beach, Millville by the Sea strikes the kind of balance you might spend your whole life looking for, a new-h...

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Encore at Eastmark, which opened in 2015, is the premier addition to the popular master planned community of Eastmark located in Mesa, Ar...

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What it's Like to Retire in Falmouth

Set at the bottom left base of Cape Cod, this fairly large town is a popular retirement community surrounded on 2 sides by water. Falmouth, Massachusetts (population 32,000) actually consists of a number of villages and unincorporated towns including Woods Hole, Teaticket, and East, West, and North Falmouth. Woods Hole is where one takes the Ferry to Nantucket and Martha’s Vineyard, and it is also the home of the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution... more >>

State: Massachusetts

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What it's Like to Retire in Centralia

Retirement communities like Centralia in western Washington State offer the opportunity to live in the fast-growing northwest without the high price tag of Portland or Seattle. Centralia has about 15,000 people, a decided small town feel, and an interesting historic district. The Olympic Club Hotel is located within the city's Historic District. Centralia College has over 1,000 students. Centralia is located between Seattle and Portand (OR)... more >>

State: Washington

 
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What it's Like to Retire in Louisville

Louisville is a mid-sized city of over 260,000 on the Ohio River.  It is the largest city in the State of Kentucky and justly proud to be the home of the Kentucky Derby. Louisville combines the cultures of the south and the midwest, so you know it is a friendly place. The downtown is a mixture of historical buildings and modern skyscrapers.  There are 22 parks in town and many cultural attractions and festivals. The more you read about Louisville the more interesting it becomes... more >>

State: Kentucky

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What it's Like to Retire in Coconut Creek

Coconut Creek is a suburban town in South Florida, just north of Fort Lauderdale and Margate and west of Pompano Beach. The population was 56,792 in 2013.  The city is known for its good planning and many parks and waterways. Coconut Creek is the first in the state of Florida and eleventh in the country to be certified as a "Community Wildlife Habitat".  Broward College is located here. Photo of butterfly from Butterfly World courtesy of Wikipedia and Korall... more >>

State: Florida

 
 
 
 

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