Pictured above: The Gulf of Mexico viewed from the site of the former estates of Henry Ford and Thomas A. Edison.
You Make the Call Results. Thanks for voting in our future articles poll. "Dueling States: NC vs SC" was the runaway winner. That story became today's feature article; in the future we will tackle a few of the runnerups - "What is Your Retirement Lifestyle" and "Lifetime Bucket List".
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As a weatherman in San Diego you have a pretty good chance of being right every day, as long as you predict sunny skies and comfortable temperatures. San Diego makes a great place to retire - besides great weather there is plenty to do, and there are many active communities to choose from. It is very popular with military retirees because of all the bases in the area.
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The Community Associations Institute reports that Home Owners Associations are struggling because of the housing crisis. Dues delinquencies are up and so are vacancies. All of which means there are fewer people to pay for necessary expenses.
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Fort Myers, FL
Down south on Florida's west coast, just above Naples and below Cape Coral, you'll find the huge town of Fort Myers. While it has many, many retirees living in its active adult communities, it also has lots of regular folks too. Fort Myers Beach is a great place for people looking for a more casual, beach retirement. Housing values are very depressed; the median home now sells here for $100,000.
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