Where to Retire: America's Best & Most Affordable Places (Paperback)

Where to Retire: America's Best & Most Affordable Places By John Howells, Teal Conroy (Contribution by) Cover Image

Where to Retire: America's Best & Most Affordable Places (Paperback)

By John Howells, Teal Conroy (Contribution by)


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Where to Retire offers the best advice not only on where to relocate in your retirement years, but why you should pick up and move just as life is settling down. Retirement guru John Howells provides well-researched and completely revised and updated information on how to find the ideal home base for retirement. To help the decision-making process, he offers a list of items to consider when selecting the ideal community: safety; climate; housing availability; cultural and recreation opportunities in the area; social compatibility; affordability; medical care; distance from relatives and friends; transportation; and jobs and/or volunteer opportunities.In a completely revised and updated new edition, Howells gives clear snapshots of life in hundreds of the most affordable, comfortable, and stimulating places to retire in the United States, including locations in Florida, California, the Pacific Northwest, the Gulf Coast, the Ozarks, the Appalachians, the Southwest, and the Rockies. This guide tells not how to retire, but where you can retire happily.
John Howells is the author of coauthor of several books for Globe Pequot Press about retirement locations, including Choose the South, Choose Mexico, and Choose Costa Rica, and he writes for magazines such as Consumers Digest and Where to Retire.
Product Details ISBN: 9780762764860
ISBN-10: 0762764864
Publisher: Globe Pequot Press
Publication Date: July 19th, 2011
Pages: 368
Language: English
Series: Where to Retire


This careful, detailed book should be required reading for any retiree considering moving to a better area . . . . You won’t find a better retirement book than this one.”
Robert J. Bruss, nationally syndicated real estate columnist