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Coral Springs, FL  A well maintained city known for its quality of life

Sun City, AZ  A sun soaked town with golf courses, plenty of amenities and affordable housing

Bar Harbor, ME  A touristy, picturesque town on the rugged Maine coast

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Sandpoint, ID  Surrounded by stunning scenery, Sandpoint boasts outstanding outdoor recreation and a fun downtown. Is it a great place to retire?

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Lakeland, FL  An inviting town where much of life revolves around the water

Elloree, SC  A town known for its revitalization efforts

Gold Beach, OR  A quiet coastal town with a gorgeous setting

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Brandon, MS  A peaceful place, Brandon boasts safe neighborhoods, affordable living and nearby lake recreation. It is a great retirement spot!

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Miami Beach, FL  

Across from Miami and along Key Biscayne Bay in southeastern Florida, Miami Beach, just seven miles long and one mile wide, sits on a series of barrier islands. It is a thriving, teeming resort city and racially diverse, with the population nearly evenly divided between whites and Hispanics.

Hendersonville, NC  

In rolling southwestern North Carolina, Hendersonville is stationed atop a plateau just south of Asheville, the Blue Ridge Mountains, and two national forests. Comprised of several historic neighborhoods, it dates from about 1838 and is the Henderson County seat.

Bozeman, MT  

Surrounded by mountains, Bozeman is a pretty, neatly laid out city in southwestern Montana. It is also the home of Montana State University (15,600 students) and is a gateway to stunning Yellowstone National Park. Interstate 90 runs through the city.

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