The 10 Best Cities to Retire in the US

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  1. lee now
    lee now says:

    Who came up with these. Been to many. Either so hot and humid in summer, you would never go out! Palm springs CA is for the wealthy, they have homes there for the winter. 120f in summer. Boise- omg -shoot me! I'v been there, pretty but scary people. Fl only has 3 months I could live there. But there is some cheep places to retire. TX, And why would I want to live in a state that the houses are the highest point. No ty. Guess I'll stay where I am-lol

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  2. Lee Rothman
    Lee Rothman says:

    Forget Salt Lake City. Unless you're Mormon where the church takes care of their elderly, you'd better have great insurance. And the winter pollution caused by the inversions will take your life. The traffic is horrid as well and getting worse. And there are NO breaks for seniors financially.

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  3. Kevin Crisman
    Kevin Crisman says:

    As others have already pointed out, there is some misleading info here. If you really want people to watch and pay attention to your videos, get rid of the annoying computer generated voiceover and get a real person to narrate for you.
    PLEASE!

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  4. wannabe to wasabe
    wannabe to wasabe says:

    This list includes 4 very hot and humid places that are prone to hurricanes and ocean storm surges. I would cross them off any list I would compile. It turned me off to see so many mansions. When you retire you want a smaller home to take care of, not some huge 3,000 square foot edifice with a half or full acre lot.

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  5. onedecibel2lo
    onedecibel2lo says:

    Why in the world would you waste video time with scenes of indoor kitchens and living rooms? Those scenes could have been taken from a Hollywood set. If I wanted "Better Homes & Gardens" I would have watched their video!

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