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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CantaMia
CantaMia

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

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Millville By The Sea
Millville By The Sea

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

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Valencia Bonita
Valencia Bonita

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

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The Landings
The Landings

Named "One of the Nation's Best Residential Communities" by the prestigious Urban Land Institute, as well as "The Best Neighborhood to Live In" by Savannah Magazine readers...

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Cresswind at Victoria Gardens
Cresswind at Victoria Gardens

Discover the distinct difference in active living, nestled within the scenic beauty of historic DeLand...

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Encore at Eastmark
Encore at Eastmark

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

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What it's Like to Retire in Manahawkin

Manahawkin is a fast growing town and popular retirement community on New Jersey’s southern coast. It is directly across Barnegat Bay from Long Beach Island, barrier island and summer resort on the Atlantic Ocean. Fishing, boating, and beaches are excellent. Although the official town population was only 2474 in the year 2015, Manahawkin is part of Stafford Township, which has more than 22,500 people... more >>

State: New Jersey

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What it's Like to Retire in Gilbert

Gilbert is a very fast growing town of over 200,000 located southeast of Phoenix. It is between Mesa and Chandler.  The city is a bedroom community for Phoenix and Tempe, as well as home to many retirees living in active adult communities. Gilbert is characterized as more suburban and more of a town than nearby Chandler, although the latter has a stronger economic base. The town's average income is much higher than the rest of Arizona... more >>

State: Arizona

 
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What it's Like to Retire in Windsor

Windsor is an affluent town of 18,644 in Colorado, situated along the Interstate between Fort Collins and Loveland. Formerly a wheat farming area, it is now both suburban and an area with some industry. There is a small historic part of town near Main Park. The Cache La Poudre River runs through part of the city... more >>

State: Colorado

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What it's Like to Retire in Provo

Provo is a growing city in central Utah of over 100,000 people.  Located 43 miles south of Salt Lake City, it is home to Brigham Young University, which definitely makes it a college town.  There is a broad and beautiful Main Street into town with nice stores, a huge LDS Temple under restoration, and stately government buildings. At Central Avenue the downtown continues with charming shops, an Art Center, and a plaza with Fresh Market... more >>

State: Utah

 
 
 
 

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