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.
It is never
too early to start planning your retirement if you want to enjoy the fruits of
you put in during your working years. One of the main concerns about retirement
is the place of residence. In most cases, it is a good idea to shift your base
and enjoy your retirement in a new city. Discovering and exploring a new place
will also help you recover your self-identity that can get lost during the
initial stages of retirement.
Continue reading “Best Cities to Retire To In 2019”
Climate of San Antonio
The climate of San Antonio is nearly always temperate and well-suited for those who enjoy warmer weather year-round. There are still four seasons throughout the entire year, yet within those four various seasons of fall, winter, spring, and summer are milder versions of the traditional seasonalities of the northeast and northwest United States. So if you’re moving from an apartment in Chicago, you can rejoice! As you’ll discover in this post, San Antonio has a lot to offer, even outside of its weather. Between the cost of living, the health care, and economic growth; one will truly appreciate the lifestyle to be had in such a great, thriving city for retirement. Continue reading “5 Reasons to Retire to San Antonio, Texas”
After writing about Orange County we thought we’d cover the best places to actually look at when retiring in Orange County California!
We look at some of the best suburbs in Orange County and rate them for important factors such as safety, to help you choose the perfect retirement location in Orange County. Continue reading “10 Best Cities to Retire in Orange County”
We get a lot of retirement questions particularly around real estate, but none is more common than the “can I afford to live in… ” insert your favorite location. The most common locations for retirement (at least in terms of questions asked of us) is retirement in Florida and California.
Ultimately, there isn’t enough information to determine whether or not your can afford something. We’d need to know your income and if you’re retiring how much of that is social security (lucky for you in California that’s not taxed). Then we’d need to know housing expenses of the place you’d choose to live. Continue reading “Can I Afford To Retire To Orange County?”
The Westminster Winter Park is a continuing care retirement community that offers relaxed and luxurious living with an exceptional lakeside view. You can enjoy a gracious and exciting life with exclusive access to lifelong learning opportunities. With fantastic amenities and superior hospitality services, these residences are convenient and exceptional to live in. Continue reading “Westminster Winter Park in Winter Garden Review”
Colorado has a lot to offer; from its great climate and well-educated population, to its world-class views and many great tourist attractions. As a result, it has become a popular retirement location, and many retirees want to retire to Colorado.
Here are four of the best places to retire in Colorado: Continue reading “4 of the Best Places to Retire in Colorado”
What if you wanted a place where there were no hurricanes, had warm weather, a view of mountains and water and was affordable? You thought I was talking about California or Florida, but I wasn’t. I was talking about Ajijic, Mexico. Continue reading “Retire To Ajijic, Mexico”
Interestingly, the question “what are the cheapest places to retire to in the US?” is pretty common. What makes it even more interesting is that although these places offer lower cost housing, and meet all the “metrics” they don’t really excite us all that much for a retirement option. That being said, here’s your list of The 10 Cheapest Places To Retire To In The US. Continue reading “The 10 Cheapest Places To Retire To In The US”
I’m sure we can all remember the first time we thought about checking out those retirement communities. You know the ones I’m talking about, the “land cruise” with indoor swimming and tennis and with walking trails and of course it’s a gated community. Well if you just googled How Much Do Retirement Communities Cost, you must be trying to save yourself from some major heart ache when you find out how much these communities really cost.
To go a bit deeper we first need to talk about the different types of retirement communities and then go over the cost. Continue reading “How Much Do Retirement Communities Cost”