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 Topretirements eNewsletter
 October 5, 2011

In This Issue...

  • 8 More Affordable Best Places to Retire
  • Portland, Ore. Vies for Best Biking Town
  • Retirement Related Stories
  • Melbourne, Florida

  • Welcome to this week's newsletter.  Thanks to everyone for your thoughtful posts to recent blog stories. There were quite a few good ones made to last week's "What Style of Active Community Hits Your Sweetspot" and "Best Places for Retirement Lifestyles" articles. Keep them coming! (Pictured above, a scene in the beach, boating, and nature-loving town one of Melbourne, FL). 
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    Following up on Part I of this series from September, here are 8 more affordable and nice places to retire. All are in relatively tax-friendly states, all have higher than average cultural interest, and each has a housing cost at least 25% below the national average.
    Like a lot of other cities in Oregon, Washington, and Colorado, Portland has long been known as hot spots for people who like to bicycle. But now this fast growing city is setting the bar even higher, with bike-oriented bars, hotels, and businesses that are purposely located on popular biking routes.
    Click on a state to see reviews of 750 great retirement towns, plus a list of 1,490 active adult communities. 
    Retirement Related Stories
    New Retirement Series at NPR (a ton of articles and podcasts on interesting retirement issues)
    Amortality (Article on the "burgeoning trend of living agelessly". Thanks OldNassau)
    If you have been thinking about living near the water and the beach then you might want to consider Melbourne, located on Florida's Space Coast.  The town has 33 miles of beaches, endless access to the Intracoastal, and plenty of nature preserves. There are quite a few active communities to choose from as well.
    Make your research easier. This handy book from Topretirements gives you the inside facts and data on the 100 most popular retirement towns. Available in eBook (pdf), Print, or Kindle for as low as $9.95.
    Did you know we have 3 other eNewsletters to help you in your quest for the perfect retirement? The Daily Digest (headlines and links to new items)
    Active Communities East (a weekly update on all new active communities in the East)
    Active Communities West (new communities added in the West).
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    Promote your community with a free listing at  Topretirements. Just go to Add Your Community. If you already have a listing, update it now to display our new features.
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