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Finding the Best Places to Retire Since 2006!

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Towns with Above Average Living Costs

By State:

A through E     Florida    G through L    M through R    S through W 

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Saugatuck, Michigan

Once known as a lumber and port town, charming Saugatuck is located on Lake Michigan's sandy eastern shore.  The town became an arts colony in the late-19th century and continues that tradition today, attracting tourists and vacationers. 

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Carson City, Nevada

Nestled in a pretty valley, Carson City is a frontier town with a little gambling thrown in and is not far from stunning Lake Tahoe.  Is it a great place to retire?

Las Vegas, Nevada

Unlimited amenities, abundant outdoor recreation and excellent medical facilities are Las Vegas highlights. Is it a great place to retire?

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Lake Waccamaw, North Carolina

In southeastern North Carolina, the quiet little town of Lake Waccamaw is on the northern edge of oval-shaped, 9,000-acre Lake Waccamaw.    Swampland and state park land surround the rest of the lake's 14 mile shoreline.

Oak Island, North Carolina

Founded when Long Beach and Yaupon Beach consolidated in 1999, Oak Island is a classic, unhurried beach town.   It stretches along a barrier island on the southern North Carolina shore but also has a cozy mainland section that is accessible via a bridge across the Intracoastal Waterway.

Bandon, Oregon

This cute, tranquil Coos County town is tucked along the rugged southern Oregon coast.  It is burrowed near the south side of Coquille River's mouth, a place where water views invigorate the soul.   Founded by an Irish lord, the town's first permanent settlers arrived in 1853, and cranberries, an important local crop, have been grown in the region since 1885. 

Corvallis, Oregon

Along the Willamette River in western Oregon, Corvallis is about an hour from the coast and is home to Oregon State University (29,000 students). It sits in a valley with forests, hills and mountains in the distance.

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