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 Topretirements eNewsletter
 June 2, 2011

In This Issue...

  • You Tell Us: Is It Time to Rent or Buy?
  • Gulfport, FL
  • What Boomer-Era TV Show Would You Bring Back?
  • Steamboat Springs, Colorado
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    Pictured above: Tropical bungalow near the harbor in tiny Gulfport, FL.
     
     
    The U.S. real estate seems to have nothing but bad news. Some 40% of renters so they never intend to buy. So as you approach retirement, which is the better option: renting or buying?  Let us know in the Comments section of this article. 
     
     
    Click on a state to see reviews of 700 great retirement towns, plus a list of 1,378 active adult communities. 
     
    One of the cool things about the St. Petersburg area is that it's on an island in Tampa Bay, surrounded by interesting towns and neighborhoods. Gulfport, one of those, is funky, arty, and right on the bay. Its "Casino" is one of the country's leading ballroom dancing destinations.  
     
    Looking for your best retirement town? This handy reference from Topretirements gives you the practical facts, figures, and inside stories on the 100 most popular retirement towns. Available in print or Kindle.
     
    We were mesmerized this week while watching old episodes of that 1957 TV show, "Have Gun Will Travel". In this article we review the show, 50+ years later. And here's a question for you - if you were in charge of the universe, what boomer-era TV show would you bring back? One lucky commenter will get a free copy of our "100 Best Retirement Towns".
     
    Retirement Features and News from All Around:
    America's Best Affordable Places
     
    Ski Town USA, as it likes to call itself, has been transformed into a 4 season resort popular with many baby boomers.  In winter there is skiing, of course, while mountain biking, golf, and activities on the Yampa River are big in summer. Plus it is just plain beautiful.
      
     
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