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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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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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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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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Fearrington Village
Fearrington Village

Located near one of America's top college towns - Chapel Hill, NC - Fearrington Village is a planned community of nearly 2000 people...

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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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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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What it's Like to Retire in Phoenix

The city of Phoenix, Arizona has long been a popular retirement community for active adults 55+. In the last 50 years this warm weather, desert community has leaped beyond its borders to become the 5th largest city in the U.S. Fortunately, although it has developed some large city problems like crime and traffic, its weather and proximity to the beautiful Arizona environment is unchanged. Phoenix, a metroplex of over 1... more >>

State: Arizona

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What it's Like to Retire in Sebastian

Sebastian is one of the fastest growing areas in Florida. The town on the east (Atlantic) coast is just north of  Vero Beach and is considered warm in winter.  It is on the shores of Indian River Lagoon on Florida’s Treasure Coast.  People in retirement make up one of the most important demographic groups in Sebastian which has an estimated population of 22,900 as of January 2010. The town is mostly residential and quiet - suitable for golf, fishing, tennis, and relaxing... more >>

State: Florida

 
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What it's Like to Retire in Amherst

Amherst is a small town near Lake Erie that is west of Cleveland. The population is just under 12,000. It is known as the sandstone center of the world for its many quarries; the stone was used in grindstones and in local buildings. Photos courtesy of Wikipedia and Chris Light... more >>

State: Ohio

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What it's Like to Retire in Hudson

Hudson is a small town on Florida's West coast, 30 miles from Clearwater, and about 50 miles above Tampa. With a population of about 12,000, it's a popular town with retirees, and has a median age of 57. In the late 1950's, the Army Corps of Engineers dug 25 miles of canals as if they were streets, and many waterfront homes were built here. Boating and fishing are popular, and Hudson is home to three semiprivate golf courses, recreation centers, and Hudson Beach which was built in the 1960's... more >>

State: Florida

 
 
 
 

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