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Top 30 Places To Retire In The United States

SimiJuly 6, 2018
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3. Reno, Nevada

This small city is almost next to Las Vegas, but it has all its charm, without the chaos that Vegas involves. It’s a medium-sized city with around 248,000 people residing in the area. The city prides itself on a high standard of living, including modern housing, art galleries, restaurants, and state of the art technology in most facilities. Add to this the fact that the cost of living is just 6.7% above the national average, and there is no need to worry about living frugally.

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If you’re an outdoors person, you will find Reno even more attractive. You have the Sierra Nevada, filled with amazing hiking trails and ski slopes. Lake Tahoe is one of the most popular destinations in the entire country, so you will have much to see and do in the area. Beautiful lakes where you can enjoy kite and windsurfing, a number of museums, and music venues add to the beauty of the place. Of course, throughout the area, you can find casinos and nightclubs that have entertained thousands before.

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2. Manchester, New Hampshire

Welcome to one of the top 5 most educated cities in the US. What many seniors worry about during their moving process is the level of taxation in another state. If you choose to give Manchester a try, you will be residing in the second most tax-friendly states in the country, next only to Anchorage, Alaska. Manchester country also has very low taxes and is a popular destination because of this. With only 111.000 inhabitants, it’s balancing on the fine line between overpopulation and desolation. There is a lot of things too, in every facet of education and entertainment.

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Outdoor recreation seems to be the symbol of this city, as you’ll find lots of open gyms, running tracks, and bike lanes. Skiing and snowboarding are also options, mostly because of the vast number of mountains surrounding the area. The city library that has served people since the 1850s, a number of cultural landmarks, and museums alone should put Manchester amongst your top candidates for a retirement residence.

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1. Nashville, Tennessee

Tennessee by itself is one of the best places for retirement, but its capital Nashville, the home of country music, possesses many advantages for everyone who chooses to take up residence here. You can accomplish a lot with just a small amount of money, because of a combination of low taxes and a high average income. Its housing market is hot and a booming economy with a lot of medical tourists, students, and other tourists that the music festivals attract will ensure you earn a good rental income as well.

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On top of the 180 venues, there are many museums and art galleries. If you love the activity, movement, and lively environment, you will adore this almost two-million-person city. There are plenty of recreation spots both around town and outside of it, so taking trips should be high on your priority list. Additionally, Tennessee has 12.1% of its population is 65+, so you will undoubtedly have company around your age. You will enjoy a very high standard of living and extraordinary circumstances for developing your projects and interests.