When considering factors such as living costs and safety, several cities prove themselves to be the most attractive in which to retire. For instance, in the south, Huntsville, Alabama, Augusta, Georgia, and Charleston, South Carolina offer low living costs. In the west, Carlsbad, California and Reno, Nevada offer a pleasant climate. In the Midwest, cities such as Manhattan, Kansas and Lincoln, Nebraska offer comfortable retirement living. No matter which state you would like to retire in, each one features a town that would make your retirement years as enjoyable as possible.
- Alaska pays residents to live there is an annual dividend, currently 1600 per person. Alaska’s main city offers an abundance of health care facilities.
- Lexington, KY may be perfect for retirees seeking a reduced cost of living. It has a reduced rate of 6.6 below the national average.
- Bozeman, MT is a college town that is vibrant but also offers seniors many opportunities to enjoy nature on both hikes and fishing. It also boasts a reduced cost of living rate.
“Luckily, no matter which state you land on for retirement, you can pinpoint a promising place within state lines to settle down.”