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. 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”
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”
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”