Pictured above: Adobe building in historic and historic Santa Fe
, New Mexico.
Our main story today was sparked by a member's suggestion to compare different regions of Arizona, just as we have done for Florida and the Carolinas. We value your input on what you like and don't like about this site - keep your ideas coming!
We heard you when you said it's about time to give more coverage on retirement possibilities in the American West. So today's feature profiles costs, taxes, and where to retire in the 3 southwestern states of Arizona, New Mexico, and Utah.
This former agricultural town in northeastern Colorado is in the Fort Collins area. It has been named "Best Place to Live" in various categories, and prides itself on its artistic resources like the extensive Benson Sculpture Garden.
Click on a state to see reviews of 837 great retirement towns, plus capsule summaries of 1,748 active adult communities.
We have generated so many featured articles on so many topics that we often have trouble finding them. To solve that problem our editorial intern, Shannon, has carefully compiled a convenient index of every article we have published for the past 2 years, logically arranged in 13 helpful categories.
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Out in western Virginia is the home of the Hokies, the students of Virginia Tech University. Beside being a bustling college town, there are more than 500 acres of parks, an aquatic center, 2 shopping malls, and a Community Center.
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