Welcome to the Best Retirement Cities in The USA!
We’ve scoured over Forbes Articles, Bankrates, Success Magazine, AARP and others to give you a guide on retiring across the USA. We’d love to hear your opinions, photos and videos if you have them as we continue to build out this site.
If you are looking to retire to Georgia, one of the best neighborhoods in Georgia is Cardinal Lake Estates. This community is one of the most relaxing yet functional neighborhoods in Duluth because of everything that it has to offer. However, it’s little known because it’s tucked away and because it’s older it’s not as popular with regular home buyers. Continue reading “Hidden Retirement Gem In Duluth GA”
Austin, TX: The Place Where Everyone Wants to Be
If you have read or watched the news from an economic perspective, Austin, Texas always seems to pop up. The reason for this is its stable economy, affordable housing market, tech scene, turnover at the local colleges and overall cool vibes it presents to visitors and residents alike. Are you hoping to eventually make the move to retire in Austin? We’re happy to hear that! Read on to learn more about this retirement option in Texas, in fact we have 8 Reasons to Retire in Austin. Continue reading “8 Reasons to Retire in Austin TX”
With the recent news of Catalonia separating in Spain, we thought it would be good to cover why Barcelona (in the heart of Catalonia – a coastal “County or Province” in Spain) is an excellent place to retire to! So here’s the best neighborhood to retire to in Barcelona Spain.
Barcelona: A Retiree’s Dream City
The City of Barcelona has so much to offer, especially to the incoming retirees searching for the revered, Spanish lifestyle of sangria, siestas, and solitude. There’s no place quite like Barcelona and it’s no wonder why it’s often the most visited tourist destination in the world. With all of that being said, let’s dive into some of the best neighborhoods for retirees just like yourself and why these neighborhoods will make you wish you moved to BCN sooner!
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The Netherlands as a Retirement Destination
Many Americans will choose to retire in The Netherlands as it offers many benefits for people of retirement age. There are considerably lower tax rates, especially in the realm of capital gains tax and there are many social service programs throughout the country which benefit the elderly as they begin to age and experience an increase in medical conditions. Read on to discover the Best Cities to Retire To in The Netherlands to reside in once you’ve reached retirement age and why The Netherlands may be the perfect place to live out your golden years! Continue reading “Best Cities to Retire To in The Netherlands”
Have you ever considered retiring outside the US? Has Norway ever ended up as one of your options for retiring?! Well you’d be surprised at the opportunities! Here are the best places to retire in Oslo, Norway’s capital city.
Oslo, Norway’s Thriving Capital
Norway is always discussed as a country which offers nearly the best of everything to its citizens and Oslo is no exception to this sentiment. Oslo is the capital of Norway and it’s been growing economically, socially, and culturally these past few decades; all the more reason to consider it a prime destination city for your retirement. Continue reading “Best Places to Retire in Oslo”
You might think buying that awesome home in Clermont FL might be just the perfect investment. Not only is it a dream home, but it’s also got the added perk that once the kids our gone they’ll want to come back and stay for the Disney parks. Continue reading “Warning: Buying The Wrong Home Can Hurt Your Retirement”
Wallethub recently listed their best retirement cities and while we might doubt their methodology (is there really a “BEST” retirement city?) After all, 2 of their criteria were fishing and number of museums. There’s some surprising cities!
- Orlando, FL – This is a no-brainer, it’s in Florida, it’s near parks for those with grandkids and near activities for those that are active. With affordable housing options in Kissimmee and lesser known Davenport it’s no wonder Orlando tops this list.
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Every person who’s been working for a long time looks forward to their retirement – the time when they could finally rest after years of labor. However, there are 8 Keys To A Successful Retirement in 2017 that have to be considered before retirement.
- Decide when you are going to retire. Figure out your retirement date and once you are close to your retirement date, revisit and decide whether or not you might want to stay another year working or not. Staying at your job a little longer has advantages; one being you might be able to save up more money.
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If you live in Texas and want to look for places to retire, there’s no shortage of options. You could easily live in a city, a farm, on the coast… quite literally you could live in any environment you wanted in Texas. We settled in on Rockwall, TX because it offers amenities such as golf, water sports (fishing, etc), proximity to health care and proximity to a major city, Dallas.
Just about any home in Rockwall is going to be pretty nice and relatively speaking, affordable. However, we selected 3 Great Communities To Retire To In Rockwall TX. Continue reading “3 Great Places to Retire in Rockwall Texas 2017”
If you’re getting close to retirement you’re also getting close to a decision on where to live. The question of Where Should I Retire in the USA is one that comes up every year for groups of professionals that are ready for the next stage of their life.
For many looking to retire, being close to family is a big concern. Others still will choose to be on the beach, likely some dreamy place like buying a condo on Marco Island. When we sat down to examine the best place to retire we look at the entire USA. Luckily for everyone, there’s a lot of research on this very topic. Continue reading “Where Should I Retire In The USA in 2017”