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Today's Short Review:

Kingman, AZ   Tucked between two mountain ranges, low key Kingman boasts affordable living, safe streets, bountiful outdoor recreation and more. Is it a great place to retire?

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Tarpon Springs, FL  A Greek-flavored waterfront town with a cute tourist area

55+ Homes in Tarpon Springs, FL

Pell City, AL  An easygoing community next to 17,000-acre Logan Martin Lake

Port Aransas, TX  A mellow beach town on a barrier island

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Russellville, AR   

Nestled in rolling hills between two mountain ranges, Russellville beckons with its simpler way of life, affordable living, lake recreation and safe neighborhoods. It is a great retirement spot!

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Hunter's Creek, FL  

About 20 miles south of Orlando and 13 miles east of Walt Disney World in east central Florida, leafy, well manicured Hunter's Creek is an unincorporated town and master planned community all rolled into one. It has landed on several "best places to live" lists.

Pooler, GA  

Pooler started out as a railroad stop on the Central of Georgia Railroad in the 1830s. It is about 12 miles inland from the northern Georgia coast, and it has been grown by 400% within the last two decades.

Manzanita, OR  

This cozy seaside village rests in the shadow of Neah-Kah-Nie Mountain on the scenic northern Oregon coast. It is one of three towns, including Nehalem and Neahkanie, that are within a nine mile radius of each other and often lumped together for marketing purposes.

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Hot Springs, NC  

Pretty Hot Springs, small and remote, is at the confluence of the French Broad River and Spring Creek in mountainous western North Carolina The Appalachian Trail runs through it, and it is the site of the state's only known natural hot springs. Both of these make Hot Springs a popular tourist destination.

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